I have added a new gallery called Park Slope Paintings to my online art website with Fine Art America ~ LINK ~
I have also created a new facebook page, Painting Park Slope, (which is where I’ve lived for the past twenty years) to bring attention to the work I have done in the past — before I embarked on writing a memoir about becoming an artist. As long as you’re on facebook, you might as well check out my author page as well! The Nancy Who Drew.
But now I find myself drawing again, and drawing in the park (see my post Really Truly Treely ).
Over the years friends have urged me to offer my work (originals/prints/cards) for sale on ebay or etsy, but I could never see myself packaging the items — even if I could afford to have prints and cards made. That is why Fine Art America appealed to me. They do it all themselves and offer me a small markup.
Back in 1996 when I began going online with art work and blogs, I used Artspan. Feels like such a long time ago now…
Here is the LINK to the gallery I call Visionary Paintings — epitomized by the pastel on the left, Polar Shift.
And if you like architecture you might want to have a look at the work I did HERE of the Philip Johnson building on Madison Avenue when it was the AT&T building, before SONY bought it.
I’m particularly fond of this small series in watercolor: Layers of Consciousness HERE
Last but not least, visionary paintings of the female… HERE
I have many, many more paintings waiting to be uploaded.
I used to be online with my work at Artspan, but then I became too engrossed with my writing to keep up with it. I think I’m currently finding a good balance!