Thursday, November 4, 2010


So, there was this crazy week at the beginning of September where I had about seven art deadlines I decided I would attempt within a week. After it was over and I caught up on sleep, I wondered what the point was, and if it was worth it to enter juried shows and write proposals for shows and try to get grants. I'm still not sure, but I'm happy to say that my efforts thus far have been rewarded. My prints made it into the shows and I sold a couple of them, as well as the pastel on the left, whose framing in an early 19th century mirror and the weekend I spent doing it is worthy of its own post.

The big news, though, is that this pastel won an award in this year's Pastel 100 and will be in the March/April issue of the Pastel Journal. Exciting stuff, although I can't help wish that it was still mine.


Nighthawk said...

It will always be yours...YOU ARE THE CREATOR :)

Keep up the wonderful work.

Mary Sonya Conti said...

WONDERFUL...can't wait to "see" it in print. Am very lucky to have seen it PRIOR to the sale! Completely understand the feeling of being orphaned by the sale. As the commentator before me stated though, you are the CREATOR. We send them out into the world to be shared and complete a piece of ourselves.

Erin K. Nolan said...

As always you capture light expertly! I feel like I have to squint because the light is so bright. Congratulations on this honor. You deserve it!

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