Hi Kris, tnkhas for the comment. Luckily, these days, artists have so many more options as far as selling our work. It doesn’t have to be either/or, it just was for me. I checked out your blog, by the way, and your work looks great, and tnkhas for mentioning me. LOVE the frames you bought.
Hi Shan, Glad to know you weren’t sure about poinstg your prices as well! I have definitely enjoyed this topic too.
Torture, I know:-)I dedcied to finish it tomorrow because the entry was getting long and I wanted to get to my studio!I wanted to rant about this in the post, but I was trying to keep it short, so thanks for doing it for me. I TOTALLY agree with you about the attitude that gallery employees get when they find out I am an artist. I completely get attitude at some of my favorite galleries in NYC and it really pains me. Because it means I probably won’t want to buy anything from them and I could if I wanted to. Well at least a small piece, anyway. I do buy art and I am in favor of buying it through galleries in order to support their efforts, but I hate that snotty mentality that seems so common.
….but I can’t help ncioitng that you were apparently very inspired, felt good in Woodstock (your favorite town) and took a bunch of useful pictures and gathered inspiration on your way home.So good/stupid or not, sounds like it was the right thing for you to do at that moment…say….you will continue this story… won’t you??
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