I just completed another batch of art blocks for ArtoMat. In this new shipment, the art reflects abstracts, playing with color combinations and shapes. I tossed in some illustrations and a fantasy piece. I'm happy creating varying pieces of art; not just sticking to one type of genre. I'm still trying to find myself artistically so having license to dabble is a tremendous benefit.
The last royalty check I received from ArtoMat indicated my art sold at The Whitney Museum in NYC. I love it knowing my art is dispensing at locations such as The Whitney. In fact, I consider it an honor. I hope those who collect the artwork will enjoy the pieces.
Saturday, November 21, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Have to say my spirit is high today. One of my art pieces sold on Imagekind. It's the Cockerel acrylic painting I did a year or so ago. I fancy roosters in part, because I was born in the year of it according to Chinese astrology. I also have a small flock of chickens. I'm inspired by my birdies; they can be so endearing. Henry, my roo, loves to crow it up anytime of the day. Henry has been known to start up as early as 3:00 AM. I don't mind really. It's nice to know he's happy in his own rooster way.
If you get over to Imagekind.com, look for my work under SunfluerDesigns. I'll be adding more to the galleries in the coming days.
Saturday, November 7, 2009
A new piece of art celebrating adoption. It's a pencil drawing which I've used to create several great products at my Zazzle shop.
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