Thank you, Mike Lownie, for reminding me that Daniel Johnston exists in this world. You brightened my whole day (as grey and dreary as it looks from the outside here in Denver on the unusually late date of our first snowfall of the season.)
I will have tiny and affordable paintings for sale at the Foothills Center Holiday Market, which opens this Friday November 13, with a reception from 6 to 8 pm.
This show will last a (relatively) long time. It hangs from November 13 till December 30.
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Another small (8″ x8″) work in progress. This one is about 50% complete- I think.
I’m supposed to be finishing these pieces for presentation at festive holiday art markets. Will they be salable with the cheerful Christmas crowd? God only knows. They are coming out just as they please, though. Never been great at channeling lucre.
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Tagged breathless, embrace, holiday art markets, not selling art, selling art, thanatos