Soap Factory without the buildings in the background. 12x 16
I am still painting different scenes from Sitka, Alaska from the photo that Marcel at Sitka Daily Photo has been kind enough to share.
The large 12x36 canvas, I am still working on. I sit my paintings on an easel that I can see while I am at the computer. I use to leave them in the dining room but find they are less apt to get jostled if left here in the library.
The Sleeping canvas, I forgot my photos to paint from one day so I thought why not do something different. No one would think Kitty painted this one. I am thinking about painting a blue parrot over it as it is really not something I would keep. Of course it could be sold. LOL
Usually we have a show in December at the Art Center so I am debating what to hang. We are allowed two paintings each to be submitted. I know I will put one of the Sitka paintings in the show but should I keep Sleeping and show her?
First of all the canvas Sleeping is on is an odd size, so I would have to order the frame and build it or pay an enormous amount to have it done at any of the local frame shops. The last frame I had done at a local shop cost $150.00 plus tax. Most galleries are now taking 50 percent of the asking price.
The Kitty Justice is that the worker, craftsman, artist, farmer, or etc. get very little for their effort. Something is VERY WRONG with this picture. NUF SAID!!!!