Here it is, halfway through December already, and I haven't posted anything for over a month. This blog has slowly devolved into a news page of my real world art activities ... which is fine. It means I don't have to abandon blogging altogether. Lately I've had to visit my old blog to find an image or some info and it's been interesting to look back. Back in those halcyon early days of blogging, before Facebook kicked us all in the shins, I had a lot of fun and created a lot of online content (as it turns out). After five years I decided to change things up a bit and moved over here in the summer of 2010. It was then that the slow decline started, and the 'new' blog has really only ever been a bunch of images of my work, both artwork and photography. I'm glad the old blog with actual written content is still there, though, even if it is just collecting dust on the cyber shelf.
I have some photos from the past few months that I'd like to post, but if that doesn't happen before 2013, consider these Christmas ornaments my holiday greeting. I painted them for family presents and they took forever to complete, so it's the first -- and last! -- time I'm doing that.
And this image is of four of my paintings (two medium-sized and two large) that are featured in the Federation of Canadian Artists' new online commercial gallery. Check out some of the other great work available there.
Joyeux Noel everyone ... and all the best in 2013!