The tranquility the 100 day project has brought me has been very rewarding. Therefore I have continued on. Below are the next 25. All are priced at $15 as the previous 100.
The next 25 will be matted and sealed so the prices will be going up. As soon as those are completed I will let you know the new prices.
Thank you to all of you who have purchased my 100DayProject art. You encourage me with this and with your “likes” on facebook.
If you are beginning to think about gifts I hope you will remember I am always available for commissioned portraits of your pets, your home or people you love, or even don’t love:) I guarantee the recipient will be touched by the gift.
And, if you are in the Atlanta area we can arrange a surprise “reveal” that will never be forgotten. I have done several of these that result in tears of happiness.
so here we go through the last 25 days…
If you are interested in any of these or other paintings please contact me at email@example.com I am happy to ship artwork to you anywhere in the United States and Canada. All artwork pictured here is $15. plus shipping. Prices for new artwork numbered 126 and above will be going up. It is time to begin thinking about gift giving.
For those of you who have read my blog since the beginning, 170 plus posts ago, you know that humor and bright colors have been an integral part of my work.
Last year with a personal challenge I set out to paint some portraits and what many would call “serious art”. The challenge was met and I achieved what I set out to do. There was no embarrassment in showing these pieces. They were well received.
So what is the identity crisis? I miss my humor, my colors, my niftyartgirl-ness. Is being taken seriously in my new city what I am striving for? Is being true to my goal of making people smile still my calling? Can I combine these and not have my website look like an old pick-up truck with parts from other vehicles?
Today was my Illustrator’s Group meeting. We are called Harold’s Friends after our host cat. The advice I lovingly received is to stay true to myself, let things evolve and listen to myself.
So I will proudly post this new piece I created before Christmas. It is 8″ x 10″, acrylic and ink on stretched canvas. The title is “Timmy Felt an Unsettling Presence”.
The work I did in 2012 is work I am very proud of. I can pat myself on the back for achieving things I didn’t know were possible. These portraits will continue to be part of my repertoire, but they will not be the only thing I do. Niftyartgirl is still here in bethrommel. This is a settling presence to realize the two can coexist.