Oy, I'd much rather be in front of the easel, paints mixed and ready for applying to the nearest surface, than in front of the laptop, papers spread in disarray, searching my brain for words. Nae bother - it's all creativity, in one form or another, so an end to the wingeing (temporarily!!).
Joanie Gagnon San Chirico, a dynamic, highly productive mixed-media east coast artist has developed a great site which will be going public tomorrow: ProfessionalFineArtNetwork.com . Organized to help facilitate connections between fine art professionals and those who utilize their services (mainly in the public art sector) it's a good-looking, well-organized site which I'm proud to have representing my work.
Scottish notes of interest:
The beautiful watercolours of Joseph Turner have come to light in their annual unveiling at the Royal Scottish Academy Building in Edinburgh. Gifted to the National Galleries by their collector, Henry Vaughan, it was stipulated in his bequest that these delicate watercolours should only be shown in January when natural daylight is at its weakest, so they will not fade. This limited exposure has resulted in the works retaining their natural brilliance and luminous colours. Aye, reason enough for a visit to Edinburgh, midwinter or no!