I’ve been in a slump, aggravated by a faint and neck injury. Okay now with a C collar. And here is my holiday wish. Stay safe.
It’s Sunday and this is my WIP. Peace. Watercolor on paper.
I wonder if Pence can spell scapegoat yet.
Today is day three of back and forth. As soon as words interfere with my right-brain exertions, I’m done. Would love critique, thanks. Martha@marthakeim.com.
The Speaker of the House, Rep Nancy Pelosi offered a handshake to the Prez Trump when he handed her the written State of the Union speech and he waved her off.
I’m gonna sound old now, but I was taught handshake rules. A man who refuses a woman’s handshake is a boor.
Considering what a rough few months she’s had, and that the camera was on her all the time, I’m declaring her an Iron Lady.
I seem to have reached 74. Painting helps.
Was lost and now I am just very confused.
The other day I begged. Today I am getting ready for a sale Sat. and Sun. 10-4 at the Stone Quarry Art Park. Last minute chance. I am also getting everything shot and properly posted.
Thank you all for empathy.
Okay, I will write out loud that we are without a penny, due to unfortunate timing, mental illness, a car leased that we could not afford by my beloved, sick spouse.
He refuses meds now and I don’t know what’s gonna happen.
I am not wont to beg. Writing this makes me cry. I have many gorgeous (said humbly) paintings to sell. They range from postcard-size to full sheets. Twenty dollars up to $1000. Nevermins
And I painted outside!
Even in here in our snow globe in the woods.
The bad part
Yesterday, one of our cats horked all over all my pants.
The good part
But then I got to go paint with my Tuesday painters group AND (shameless plug here) submit two big watercolors for the Cazenovia, NY Winterfest.
The bad part
I just strolled into my studio to find water coming through the ceiling onto a pile of watercolor paintings.
The good part.
It’s fixed and this one is there at the Cazenovia Public Library!
Reception Thursday 4-6
We lost one of our fathers to Alzheimer’s last year
We lost our Aunt Ami last week to Alzheimer’s disease
I lost the woman who introduced me to newspapers and journalism today
We lost our Aunt Dot today to dementia yesterday.
No words left, but I painted awhile. It helped.
Work in progress on the floor in the sun.
Tomorrow is the second and last chance for you to see the Cazenovia Art Trail! I am having a real nice time with some artists I know and meeting some new ones. I am hurting a little less so am psyched for tomorrow.
One more peek
A little digital painting like one I did paint in watercolor. Only available online at a site not yet determined to use.
Good night, all.
Alberts restaurant postcard from the past. Watercolor on paper.
I had a great time yesterday at the Cazenovia Art Trail, Cazenovia, NY.
We had a roomful of all kinds of painters. Put our stuff all around the beautiful community room. the Art Trail folk had done a great job with maps, locations, pics of our work.
I learned that small sells very well in this economy. sold a bunch of watercolor postcards in little bags. well, they are water colors…
Here’s one, and thanks to friends who drove from far away just to see me. Gee whiz….
this one still needs work, but it’s colorful!
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this is a little Golden QoR watercolor on Yupo. QoR is the most saturated pigment I have ever used. On Yupo, which is plastic paper, color goes wild. This one will be on Redbubble and Café Press, along with a bunch of others.
I’ll have cards, mugs, all kinds of stuff available. They print, they ship. You get art in the mail. I hope everyone will be patient until next week. Until then, today’s treat.
See you Saturday in Cazenovia, NY library, and thanks for reading.
Hi there. I have been struggling with pain and getting ready for the Cazenovia Art Trail, starting this Saturday, 4 October and next, October 11 at the library in Cazenovia, NY.
Thankfully, my galoot husband Dana has organized my studio by kind. Then he pulled all the paintings from all over the place onto our studio table. We sorted by size, and then I made three piles from each size: finished, more work needed, and paint over.
All we have to do is bag em and tag em. Most of my watercolors are painted from edge to edge meaning they sometimes get mounted. Whew.
Painting is the easy part!
Today I was greeted by a dead cellphone. Aaack.
But I really need help from you guys to spread my Indiegogo campaign, please.
I am trying to raise money for mats and frames for the annual Cazenovia Art Trail. I am way new at crowdfunding. Have had a lot of comments by people with no followers as to how I can help by sending them money!
is my link. We are way broke and I was juried into this show. If anyone has suggestions or even is able to contribute, I have some perks up. Thank you all for all of your comments, likes and shares.
Another painting peek
Sorry to have posted so infrequently, my reader.
I have been painting like crazy to get ready for Cazenovia Art Trail this fall. I am thrilled to have been asked. October 3 and 10 I will be at the Cazenovia Library with other award-winning painters. A little brag, pardon me.
My selfie painting ran in Al Dia, a great newspaper in Philly. The writer, Sabrina Vourvoulias, is a longtime friend. She asked me to write a few graphs about Frida Kahlo, who painted self portraits. She was a fiery woman as described. I love her work.