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How do you go about showing/selling your art?Comments (10)thanks so much! And thanks, rosemary for your notes, since NH is where I am...southeastern...near the seacoast, but drive to Concord daily. The League...yes, very familiar with their work, and very intimidated at the same time. They are DEFINITELY in a 'league' all their own. Incredible artists in that group. debrady- thanks for the helpful link! I'll bookmark all these references for when I'm ready to use them! Thanks so much!...See More
Share your (non-art) artComments (57)I have thoroughly enjoyed browsing all the photos and reading the stories of your collections here. Such beautiful pieces and wonderful, touching stories. To see most of mine, you'd think my home was full of antiques, which is far from the real deal, but these seem to be most of my most interesting non-art things. However, some of you have given me some ideas for things I could do in the future with things I have stored! This is a small collection of silver vases, albeit in need of some polish right now. My collection of miniature tea sets. This started with my aunt giving me her much-used Mickey Mouse set she had used back in the 30's as a child and a then-new set when I was about 8-years old (the blue and white delft set). The rest is a mix of old and new I picked up along the way as an adult. I also have a lot of old hankies that belonged to my grandmother and great-grandmother, and yes I use them at weddings and funerals. They made some of them, including the tatting on the edges. Gallery hallway of family photos (old and new) To honor our home states (Alabama and Ohio) I started looking for old maps of our states and regions. This is one of Alabama and of the Eastern US in our breakfast room. The next one is an Agricultural map of Ohio. I think I've posted enough. Thanks for viewing. BTW, those clocks are awesome! And I adore that mirror, and I can't say enough about that belly cast!...See More
Please show me your art in your master bedroomComments (17)The art in my bedroom is all over the map. It's where I put my art that doesn't work well elsewhere in my house, which means it is a bit of a motley crew. Even given that, it's not displayed to its best advantage. Textile piece over the bed (because I live in earthquake country and if something is going to fall on my head, I want it to be soft and light). This was a gift I received in the context of my work from some Chinese visitors. This one and the one on the left in the photo below are by a friend of mine. The orange and purple one was the first original art I ever purchased, right out of college. The two on the right I purchased at the annual open house for Creative Growth Art Center, which serves artists with developmental, mental and physical disabilities. The duck (or grebe) is a wood-black print and I love the color of the forest. These last to are also from Creative growth. This is by far my most controversial piece of art, which I've shared before. The consensus seems to be "I couldn't have that in MY bedroom." To which I can only say, then it's a good thing it is in my room instead....See More
Show us your wall art!Comments (52)Pictures in my living room. They're really dusty because my daughter's furniture is crammed in there still.Awful photo but the room has glaring light from my grow shelf in there. It's a picture taken by Casey in Newfoundland...who is no longer posting here, sadly. She gave me permission to download it and a couple others off her website and then I printed them out. Some were smaller prints that I put in my main bathroom and this one is in the smaller spare bedroom.Other side of the same room. I had the signed F-16 print I received from my AMU's pilots and maintenance crew when I left the Air Force, framed. Print bought in 1990 in Strasbourg France...I think my daughter left the Taiwanese money my exchange student gave us for New Year's luck...just found it when I went in there to take this picture because I haven't been in this room for a while either...it's full of my son's stuff. Print of my favorite German Castle. Bought sometime in the late 80s....See More
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