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Pardon my learning curve

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Hi Everyone !

Just figured out the obvious – how to correctly add a link.  The link is also on the side blog roll. Here’s the Etsy store link:

My Etsy shop: SibStudio

It’s been interesting to see the changes in technology in the time that I have been painting.  All my early artwork is on printed photos or slides. Now slide film is difficult to find and everything is digital and online.  Having a blog to update everyone instantly and an online store makes things so much easier!  The painting and photographing are the easy part. The learning curve for me is  posting online with all the bells and whistles – all the things that the kids seem to know by instinct!

I am continuing to add paintings to the Etsy store – so keep checking in .  Etsy is holding a web “Christmas in July” sale.  I am so new that I am just offering a white poinsettia painting with free shipping.  Here’s a photo:

Also –  for those of you who are local – I would be more than happy to change  the Etsy shipping fees to free  and arrange a local delivery.  Just let me know.

Enjoy the day and take care!

My Etsy shop is up!

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Hi everyone!

I have been working on getting an online site opened to make it easier to view and purchase my artwork. Etsy seems like a good fit and comes highly recommended. Over the next  weeks, I will be continuing to add my artwork to my Etsy shop. I will be featuring some it here as well.  Here’s the link:

So take a peak at my work and let me know what you think.

New Minis At Exton

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Hi Everyone!

Hope you had a wonderful 4th of July!

I dropped off several new mini canvases last week at the Exton Mall Gallery. These two are my favorites:

“Sunset on the River” and “Daisy Trio”

I am continuing to work on getting an online store up and running. My goal is to have it ready by the end of this week.  I’ll keep you up to date on my progress!

Stay cool and take care!

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Hi Everyone!

Thought you might like to take a peek at some work I just finished  for a favorite client:

Close Up

I used enamel paint for the glass. After I got used to the sticky texture of the wet paint, I was able to get  the same effects as using acrylic paint with glass paint medium. The enamel, once dried completely, is much less fragile and is permanent.  I like the enamel paint better now.

I am also looking into websites where I can sell directly to you.  Look for more information in the coming days!  Stay cool and enjoy the summer days!

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I finished the rose painting that I featured newly started a few weeks back.  Seems timely since all the roses are in full bloom in the yard.  I used several photos of roses taken last year from the backyard.

Here is the beginning painting:

Starting with laying out shape and mid tones

And here it finished, ready to be matted:

Three Roses

You can find this in my portfolio at the Exton Mall tomorrow.

Take care and enjoy the day!