The Journey of My Art
Обновлено: 15 сент. 2019 г.
All those conversations on Instagram about the ‘blue’ in my previous post made me remember one of my old watercolours. I painted it in 2016, a difficult period in my life; financially and emotionally. At this time much of my work was small scale and this work is no exception. It was a very personal piece and I didn’t want to sell it, but in 2017 I sent it to Belgium.
The new owner acknowledged receiving the watercolour, but sadly never sent a photo of it in its new home. Something that helps complete the journey of my art. When this happens it’s easy to feel that the painting just disappeared. It’s not a stipulation to follow up with a photo, I know people are busy or it’s not their thing. But, I do love to receive them.
I am always grateful for every painting sold. But occasionally, I do feel sad when losing track of my painting’s life. About 1/3 of my buyers send me photos of my works being framed and hanged on a wall. It would be so appreciated to see more!
Please, if you have an artwork by me, send a photo if you can, as it is important for me…Thank you