Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Is Anybody There? Does Anybody Care?

There are so many blogs, and so many artists trying to put their work out on the internet, where it can be seen... But it appears to me that the only hits I get are from crawlbots. If you are a real, live person reading this, please just drop me a line that says, "I'm here." It would help. I feel like I'm a hermit, working in a cave in silence.

(The title for today's post comes from John Adams' plaintive song from the musical "1776." Just in case you're wondering.)

I've been working on The Arrow of Time, and am pretty happy with the way it's coming along.

The Arrow of Time, © 2015

In other news:

Almost time to pick up the paintings and pastels from the Narmada Winery show.

Sent a letter of protest about the proposed new copyright law to the patent office.

Am stressing out about whether or not to participate in this year's Artomatic.

Had some interest in my work over the weekend from a gallery in Annapolis; need to follow up on that.

Have placed 9 of the 13 Postcard images on

Had a great chat with my friend Alex, and will look into entering this year's Red Clay Survey.

Am making good progress on Chef and Three Women at the MFA

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