It's That Time Of Year . . .
Where pumpkin spice is everywhere! I don't know about you, but I don't mind it all that much. It's like being around evergreen scents in December.
Anyway . . . I've been quite absent from my blog (that's quite an understatement) but I am kicking things up a notch and getting back on track. While I may have been derelict in posting, I have been hard at work in the studio and will be posting lots of new paintings. I've kept up with my Instagram and Facebook accounts, so if you follow me on social media, you've probably seen what I've been up to. If not . . . you're in for some brand new paintings! (And if you'd like to follow me, just click on the links on the bottom right of the screen as you scroll down).
Thanks for hanging in there with me. I'll be having my annual Fall Open Studio on October 20th and 21st. So if you're local, it would be great to see you!
I think I mentioned to you that I recently got my first iPhone (I know, crazy). Well I love it. And I love Apps that make my life easier or prettier or both. One of those apps is Canva. You can create beautifully designed ads or postcards or Facebook covers or whatever your heart desires, all on your phone!! Who knew? (Probably the world and I’m just the last to know). It’s phenomenal! The templates are lovely with tasteful font pairings and filters. In seconds you can have an artfully designed post for Instagram!
Below are are a couple of examples that I recently created. If you haven’t checked out Canva I strongly suggest you do, especially if you have a business and want to design your own ads. You can even create items for print. Have fun!
Here I am working on a new painting.
(photo courtesy of Lauren Amaral)
Welcome to my new blog! I recently decided to switch my blog over to my website account so everything would be in one place and more unified. My apologies if this has caused any confusion.
But enough of that, let's get on with business . . .
I thought I would share some photos from the Belchertown Art Walk last weekend. The Quabbin Art Association set up a "meet and greet" in the Town Hall where many of our members demonstrated their crafts and had items for sale. I'm happy to report we had a great turn-out!
Below is a little slide show of a few photos from the event.