You might be noticing your once beautiful and glamorous bronze garden sculpture is no longer as brilliant as when you first purchased it. Don’t worry! There is a simple solution. Some dealers out there will recommend a complex cleaning process or try to sell you severely marked up cleaning solutions. WeÂ’re here to share with you an approach on [â€¦]
As another show season starts I thought Iâ€™d reflect on what it means to an artist to have some down time. Iâ€™m lucky in that I typically have several months off between my last show of one year and the first of the next.
Not every artist has that luxury. I know several who do a show practically every weekend. [â€¦]
Hi, all. Welcome to the first blog from my new website. Seems like a good opportunity to talk about the new site!
My previous site served me well — for like a yearÂ…
Technology changes fast. I needed to make sure my online presence was doing everything it could to get my art out in the simplest, most attractive way possible. If [â€¦]
Iâ€™ve been very fortunate throughout my art careerÂ to interact with and get feedback from my collectors, bothÂ at shows andÂ via email. Â Occasionally, someone really touches meÂ by expressing how they connect with one of my sculptures.
The above note came from Linda and Brian, who purchased a Pause for Reflection, one [â€¦]
My first deer piece Field Trip took home first place in the professional artist category at the Front Range Art Exhibit, co-sponsored by the National Arts Program and the Greater Castle Rock Art Guild.