My sister, Rosalind, made me this nifty tote bag out of my Creatures of the Wild fabric! She's making me 5 more, one for each of the animal squares on the panel: otter, polar bear, moose, & puffin. We will each carry one on the upcoming Inside Passage cruise!
Rebekah, the keenly creative lady who makes my website, has outdone herself this time! She has added so many great details and options to my site. Rebekah, I very much appreciate all your hard work and steadfast support!
Just added these two tutorial guides - one for beginners (Seahorse) and one more advanced (Bridge at Sunset). Bridge at Sunset is in a different format than the rest of the tuturials; it's a series of pictures I took while painting this 22 x 30 piece, which I made into a little movie and posted
The new website creation continues, with the help of the web goddess Rebekah! Today I added items to the shop - my how-to watercolor book, and berry fairy items: Book 1, Book 2, bookmarks, & notecards. The shop is up and running!
Okay, I commented on my own comment. Now I see I have to click on Add to make a new entry - I'm learning something new every day! I submitted this image to Fine Art America yesterday to see if it would show up in my site gallery automatically, and it did, so that will save some time.
The latest news is I'm changing the direction of my art to focus more on art licensing. Click my Links tab to see my latest partners. I'm learning more each day, and most of my licensable art is on Behance.net (in Links) so that licensees can see it in a large, professional forum.