The world has changed and social media is now the most accessible contact we can have at the moment. Therefore I’m trying to keep my blog up to date with what’s happening in my art world.
I love to look at the stats. on my website and see the various visitors who have taken the time to view my work. This last month they have included people from China, France, Germany, New Zealand, Denmark, USA, Australia, UK and Argentina. If you are one of those lovely people welcome and leave me a message to let me know how my work is for you?
Last blog I showed the 3 paintings of week 1 of the NZ Watercolour challenge. This blog I’m going to include week 2 and 3.
These 6 artworks are from my experiences and images in the South Island on the Otago Rail Trail.
Some things have happened in the art world in NZ because of Covid-19. The Royal Easter Show was cancelled, the stunning gallery Macandmor in Tauranga permanently closed its doors and the NZ Art Show 2020 is online. All changes that affect how artists promote and sell their art, but hopefully there are still sales to help artists survive.
One of the great opportunities I have been given, with my artist friend Sally Thrush, is to exhibit at the Imprint Gallery, at the Historic Village, Tauranga. Coastal Connections runs from the 5th June until the 3rd July, open Tuesday to Saturday 10 -2pm at the beautiful Historic Village.
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