They just came to visit, Amy and Ed Burns to Colorado from North Carolina. Amy, Michael's cousin...and he has awesome cousins, asked about these paintings I had leaning against the guest bedroom wall. They spoke to her. It just feels so good when someone connects with my art. I am honored and affirmed.
Shipping is a challenging part of selling art. It is so expensive. But, we found a way! For other artists traveling on Southwest, one can check two bags at no charge and staying within a few measurement and weight parameters, art can be one of them. Box it up with some bubble wrap though and mark it fragile. They will take real good care of it in transit.
Both Untitled, 24"x24", Acrylic and Acrylic Mixed
Another first for me was at the Broomfield Art Guild Newcomer's Art Show at the Brunner House. It was my first year in the Guild and I entered "Fire Within". It was another artist who connected with it and wanted it in their collection. This was very special for me and I continue to have great gratitude for Gerry Case, who is an award winning photographer with the Broomfield Art Guild.
Holding Space, 24"x18" Acrylic
A graduation gift to Madeline Robert. She attended my first professional show at Columbine Spiritual Center and connected with this painting. It was an honor for me to share it with her. She and my youngest daughter, Sloan have been close friends since high school and were college roommates all four years. I am grateful!
Work of Spirit, 2'x4', Acrylic Mixed
I am grateful and honored to have this painting hanging in the office of Annie Wirth, Administrative Assistant at Columbine Unity Spiritual Center. She had an empty wall and wanted something beautiful to hang on it. I was happy to take care of her need! She has also been one of my
greatest cheerleaders and is an artist herself. I foresee a show together!