Wednesday, March 31, 2010


"Loleta" Oil on canvas, 9x6, $95
If you are interested in purchasing this painting please
email me at

I have spent a great amount of time on the computer
in the last few days. Putting a new blog up took some time
what with all the fine tuning, which I am sure will continue,
and all the networking. I must have sent out 60 emails
yesterday. I think it will be a good thing though. Heck
I already have 3 followers. Woo hoo! This week my
art blog passed the 100 mark and now has 102 followers.
This is not including those of you that get my daily email.

I am working on another 24x18 painting for the show and
have reached a precious stage too early. I am going to
have to be brave when facing it and be radical with it.
I did finish a little one yesterday.

Please check out my new metaphysical blog


Momo Luna said...

This is a lovely painting, beautiful spring colors. :-)

Jordan Baker said...

Man up, babe! I know you can handle that precious painting. I will always remember how you told me that you sometimes take an electric sander to your work, and just yesterday I went to Home Depot for a new sanding block because I had worn my old one down!

Joan Breckwoldt said...

I found your blog and didn't get an e-mail about it. :) Your work is beautiful, the colors are fabulous. I will now spend the next 20 minutes savoring your blog and I'm going to put you on my favorites list so I can find you again. I think you have raised a lot of good questions on your blog. Thank you for sharing your work,

jbkrost said...

this is beautiful and spring like, I'll bet you guys on Oregon have broke winters back.

Katherine said...

Thank you Momo. Have you been thinking about your art and meaning response?

Katherine said...

Thank you Kathy. You are funny man up! I like that. I am however very confused by this Jordan Baker thing????

Katherine said...

Joan welcome to my blog, it is always a pleasure to meet another artist. Now I will have to go check out your blog.

Katherine said...

JB I live at close to 3000 feet and it is lightly snowing right now. However this Winter was kind of...well...nonexistent. Shhh don't tell ol' man winter he forgot us. Anyhow happy Spring JB.