Worth Taking Another Look....

Some posts you might like to read or revisit…Links are all live now…
How to Sell More Art
Does Selling Prints Diminish your Credibility
Five Opposing Ideas
How to handle Commissioned Work
Is your Art a Police Report, Novel, or Poem?
Do some people Hate your Artwork?
How to Build a Body of Work
How to get your work exhibited in a Gallery
Professional Jealousy
Chinese Brush Painting..How-To

Let me know if you find these posts helpful…feedback helps me to decide whether to continue doing the research and continuing these journals…thanks so much..

News.... 8/10/09

Featured In ! # 1 ARTISTS OF REDBUBBLE !

Tales from an Artist’s Journal..White Paper Terror

Top Ten Placement in Out of the Blue challenge

Winter’s Light….

More Wins

Thanks so much to the group moderators and to all who voted for my painting

Below are three updated and republished articles from my writing pages…you can see where I work and a collection of autumn paintings, some of which are not posted on my art pages





A Very Hard Lesson

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A Hard Lesson Learned
by Gayle Faucette Wibson

A few years ago, I had the opportunity to sign a consignment agreement with a local frame shop here in Albuquerque. This shop had a beautiful frame that complemented my acrylic paintings on canvas. The owners, a husband and wife team, offered to frame my work at their cost while taking a 50% commission. We had a positive working relationship for the two years I had worked with them.

Then, suddenly, the couple separated and the wife was forced to sell the frame shop. We met to discuss my options. Either I could take the paintings out o