I hope this finds you well, and looking forward to Spring in so many ways!
I wanted you to know that I may have gallery representation soon--the next step in my art career. It's been so gratifying interacting directly with collectors and exhibiting in shows over the last two years. But while doing some gallery research in the Mid-Atlantic to South-Eastern region I have received some very encouraging feedback. And the paintings are piling up in our house, so much that soon there will not be enough space for them all! I want to keep painting, so it is only natural that a bigger art market needs to be accessed in order to do so.
And this is the reason for the heads up. I know many of you are contemplating purchasing a painting, but haven't acted on it yet. I do have a gallery interested in my work, and if they decide to take some paintings, the prices will go up. Curators from galleries in Richmond and Charlottesville, VA --not too far from me--have told me that my prices are about half of what they should be in their markets. So, I don't want anyone to be heart broken by being caught unawares, and lose their chance!
Above all, I appreciate the support you have given me so very much, and so happy that you have given a home to many of my paintings. It thrills me to think of the happiness my art may bring to others. Ultimately, the final step in an art practice is to place the work where it can be viewed and appreciated by others, whether that is in someone's home, a gallery or museum, or a public or business space. I have so much more, and sitting in my home does not suffice! Please feel free to contact me if you would like to discuss a particular painting.
Thank you so much. Wishing you all the best! Look up! Remember to find beauty and joy!