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Wrapping up the year. . .

Amazing (isn't it ?) that another year has come and not-quite-gone!  Steady work since August had kept me from looking up, and before I knew it Christmas was here.  How grateful I am for the opportunities folks have sent my way this past year.  Impromptu sales, commissions and challenging work filled my cup to nearly running over, signaling, perhaps, that I'm actually doing what I should be doing after all. 
There's a cyclical lull right after Christmas and most artists I know prepare for it.  It gives us the opportunity to organize, strategize, take stock, and make plans and dreams, chart our course, if you will.  The time at the easel is just a tiny portion of what it takes, as I'm sure you know.  The other demands of marketing, varnishing, prepping supports, framing, taking inventory and making sure you are tracking your work. . .well, you know, the happy chaos continues!  Let's not even talk about tax time being around the corner.  Smile.   
The painting above, K…

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