Monday, August 08, 2011

I headed up to Elena Gallegos yesterday to record the beautiful sunset. I knew it would happen because there were lots of clouds at the horizon line. I haven't finished all of the photos yet, but the sunset was pretty awesome.


Okay, I said some time ago that I wasn't very fond of auctioning off my daily paintings and it's still true. I know personally, that if I see a painting I absolutely love and feel like I HAVE to have it, I don't want to wait seven days and try to beat out several other people at the last minute for my treasure. So on each daily painting that I offer, there will be a Paypal button underneath. If you see a painting that you love, click on the button, and follow the instructions. It's easy and you can pay with any credit card - you do not have to be a member of Paypal.
I am starting my dailies again today, so there should be a steady flow - mostly in sizes, 6x6, 6x8, and 8x10. The prices will vary accordingly.

This is a busy next four months. Here is my basic schedule:

~Weems Group Show - opens September 4th, 2011. Painting 10 30x40 framed oil paintings, which I'm really excited about! Hopefully my frames arrive in time.
~30x40 painting for a fundraiser for Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation.
~Six commissioned paintings with no absolute deadlines. Whew!
~At least 4 daily paintings per week offered for purchase
~Start painting now for Weems Artfest, which opens November 4, 2011 (actually a little behind schedule on this one)
~ A multiple paintout day to Abiquiu and Ghost Ranch in September. Looking forward to Abiquiu in the fall
~A day trip to Taos in October
~in the thinking stages of a big two person collaborative show with artist Muchelle Chrisman from Taos
~Check into having some calenders and greeting cards made for Artfest

Okay, I better go have lunch and get started! Watch for the first daily painting of the week tonight.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Dee,

    Love your paintings and miss living in NM so they make me feel like I'm back home again. I'd love to subscribe to your posts, but your subscribe to link just brings up a page of HTML googledly-gob. Just thought you'd like to know. I'm an artist too. I live in South Florida and I just can't get as inspired by beaches and palm trees as I could by the NM landscape. Just glad I took LOTS of photos while we lived out there ;-).