My Garden, 2008, 6x6, Oil on Gessobord
Prepare yourself for a super boring post. I am busy all of a sudden with all kinds of different things; cleaning up my studio, finishing some of the figures (pictures soon, although I am finding that they look AWFUL when they are photographed), preparing for a get together this weekend, and other odds and ends. Basically it all adds up to a lot of puttering.
The initial hubbub concerning The Fine Art Department and the Small Art Showcase has quieted down. The traffic there has been great thanks to Jeanne's mass email, the comment I left on the Huffington Post, the mention by my friend from Philadelphia, Cecily, and the links posted by participating artists as well as a few other art bloggers. Thanks everyone! Now the challenge will be to get those visitors to keep coming back to do some shopping. I will keep waving my magic wand from up here on the farm, surely that will do the trick. heh.
I am also considering taking Ellen up on her challenge to post every day for the entire month of December. I see that there is an organization to join, which I'll probably skip, and I also think it might get pretty boring here in Tracyland if I actually write about it every day. Whatchya think? Careful about encouraging me to do it, you may learn more than you ever wanted to know about chickens, our cats, dogs and possibly the local weather too.
On the other hand, if I know that I will have to report on something here, that may encourage me to paint more than I would otherwise. Hmmm.