Working smaller, way smaller, trying to “fit in” at Gallery G in Wimberley where the Grand Poopah says “small (with a much lower price point) is what sells.”
I love the new pieces. They are, indeed, much easier to transport and I can finish them quickly, comparatively speaking. But.
I feel diminished. & That’s not good.
The monthly drive here takes me through some of the best scenery the Texas Hill Country offers.
I do like sitting on the gallery porch, minding the gallery today. There’s an easy breeze. I have smooth jazz playing on Pandora. & I’m blogging.
It’s an ideal life. If. If I sell. Geez. So, here’s my new small work: 5×7″ and 8×10″ acrylic and ink on gallery wrapped canvas.
Maybe one of them belongs in a corner of your world.
If so, head over to my portfolio page & click to own!
there were tall grasses and giant trees, 5×7″, acrylic, $50
there were tall grasses and giant trees ii, 7×5″, acrylic, $50
desert sky, 5×7″, acrylic, $50