Actually, as some of you will know I expect, it is anything but simple, and as I have often said it is a ceazy way to try to make a living!
Today is the last day of Let It Snow, and two paintings have been sold - The Sound Of Snw and Will It Snow Tonight? The last time I had a solo show at the Burgh Hall Gallery I sold ninetteen works. They were inspired by my first visit to Harris. They were small and cheaper of course and those do sell more easily. See here and four posts here.
Doing this show has been such a good eperience. It got me back to painting afer a long gap, almost six years, since my husband died suddenly. I have had ideas for snow pintings in my mind for years so it is wonderful to have brought them into being, then sharing them; working with the gallery staff - enthusiastic and prfessional; the childrens' workshop; Meet The Artst sessions, and last but not least meeitng friends and family who came from far and wide. My last 'exhibition visitors' from Yorkshire, have just left. The social side of the exhition has been a joy!
Thank you to those blog readers who managed to come along, and to the rest of you for cheering me along when things got tough.
I still have one snow painting I wnt to do...