Starting today through 9/24 there is a $25 off coupon that can be used towards the purchase of any of my paintings. If you're a follower of my art journey you'll notice that prices have been slashed. The art dealer that was supposed to handle my art backed out so I realigned my pricing accordingly. As with everything for sale, pricing is negotiable within reason; after all I can only donate monies from the sale of my art.
I haven't been posting new art because I have been busy remodeling a house in Asheville, North Carolina. The project should be completed within the next two to three weeks and return to my regiment of painting on a daily basis.
Has this happened to you? I received a call from my oldest daughter, who is vice president of marketing for a large senior care facility. She was hosting an event for around twenty seniors from a local center and suddenly needed an artist to handle one of the venues. I get the panic call on Wednesday night after she found out that I was flying home for a neurologist appointment on Friday. When the call came in I was working with my son putting up new walls in the house we are working on.
I was flying home Thursday morning and the class was scheduled for 1:30, and she hadn't purchased any materials or selected a theme for this event. Here I was stuck between installing walls and coming up with ideas for an art project for seniors who had never touched an art paint brush. She was going to purchase supplies that evening so she needed me to come up with a list of paint and brushes I would required to pull off this project.
I'll spare you the details, but it all turned out since they had fun painting with acrylics, which is not my medium of choice, and since acrylics dry fast they were able to take them home.