Busy at work

I don’t have a photo to post today. I came to the realization the other day that I am WAY behind on my to do list for January! I’m still painting everyday, in fact, I’m working on a large canvas right now. I have a show in March to get ready for and I’m thinking about waiting to reveal the new paintings until then. At least the larger ones.

As far as work goes, I am working on a catalog for 2007 of all my new work. I’m still contemplating whether or not to axe my older work to make my catalog more cohesive. So, heads up, my landscape prints and paintings may not be available for sale after January is over. The Beck prints will for sure be gone from my shop in February. If you were thinking of purchasing any, best do it before January is over.

Another heads up, my prices will be going up in February. I have no choice in this matter, my supplies have gone up and after doing my books for 2006 I have discovered that I’m not making any profit! The price hike won’t be huge, but if you are one that likes to save money, get ’em now before the price goes up!

2007 is the year that I go back to selling wholesale to shops. While I love selling directly to the public, I need to get my work out in the public eye more. So, if you know of a shop that would be a good fit for my art, or you have a shop that would be a good fit, please contact me.

So, because of all the work I have to do, I will not be blogging as often. My 2007 catalog of prints will be listed in my Etsy shop in February and I will blog more about that then.


6 responses to “Busy at work

  1. Good Luck Paula!!! πŸ™‚ Hope 2007 is a great year for you!

  2. Sounds like you have a solid direction and plan going. I will check back with you now and again.

  3. Aww… I’m going through the same PROMOTE, PROMOTE, PROMOTE issue.Good luck on your big painting! Can’t wait to see more work πŸ™‚

  4. I hear you with editing out work that doesn’t fit. My work is all over the place, but I’m in the same state of mind.

    Good luck with your art work for 2007 and with selling wholesale and via galleries. I think it’s a good plan. Though I hope you still let us see your work from time to time!

  5. Just checked out your Etsy shop — I love End of the Road! But, like you, I am behind on my to do list. (One of those “to do’s” is visit Santa Fe, but that’ll have to wait… πŸ™‚

  6. Jessica Torrant

    Good for you, Paula. Sometimes a little “cleaning of house” is in order and you are inspiring me to get back to that to do list of my own. Thanks! … and best of luck for the upcoming show!

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