Thursday, May 31, 2007

Framing art

I have been busy, getting all my framing figured out for Artwalk, which is Salida's biggest art event of the year. I have been asked to be the featured artist at Dakota's Bistro, downtown, and of course I need to supply cultureclash with some nice new work for the event. I am framing about 22 of my new monotypes! You should see the framing bill! Not all of the work will be left here in Salida. I will have enough work so that I can take some with me, too. That will be good.

I have also listed some new things on my etsy site, including this little watercolor nude, called "Serenity". I have gotten together a number of new pieces, which I will be listing on etsy gradually over the next few days. So keep checking back, if you see something you like. Etsy has started to pick up for me, probably because I have been putting more time into it, and have been listing more new items. So I am excited about that.

I didn't pack a single box yesterday, but I will today. I just had to get all of that art stuff figured out first. I also took digital photos of my biggest monotypes, so that once they have sold, I still have a record of them. It has taken me a while to figure out how to get good photos of my art, but I am getting closer. My main concern is getting the colors to be closer to the original. You can see what you think, as here is one from yesterday. This one is called "Salvation".

2 comments:

Garden Painter Art said...

Hi Karine:

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog.

You had asked if you could have a garden like mine if you moved to Palm Springs. Actually, it's likely that you couldn't. It is extremely hot and dry there. Hotter than the desert where I live.

BUT...there are drought tolerant plants that you can use out there.

Let me know if you have anymore questions. I'd be more than happy to help you if I can.

Kim
Garden Painter Art

lee said...

love your nude and the colour, your monotype is glorious the intesity of the color.....