It’s getting cloudy again

Hopefully it’s starting to look like a) mist is settling on water, or b) clouds are floating on water

Sky Pads 14 is probably the first one (!) in this series which is starting to look like I had originally envisioned it. Not done yet, so there’s still plenty of opportunity to spoil it!

Art show update

Meanwhile, an email came in this morning letting me know I have been accepted into the Highwood Starving Artists Show in Highwood, IL come September. This is similar to Kalamazoo’s annual “Garage Sale” show–which decided I was not worthy. The idea is for artists to bring work that hasn’t sold–for whatever reason–and offer it at a good sale price at this show. I’m putting a lot of really nice work in this outdoor festival show at super discounted prices, so I’ll be sending out word to previous collectors and others who have expressed interest in the past but didn’t have the funds. If I can clear up some storage space in my studio for new stuff it will be a win-win for everybody.

About Alli Farkas

Equine and landscape artist specializing in rural Americana
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4 Responses to It’s getting cloudy again

  1. Nancy Powers says:

    Well, congrats are in order both on Sky Pads coming along so beautifully and being accepted into the show!

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  2. Looks like it’s going to become another gorgeous painting – and yes like the mist is settling. And congratulations with being invited to Highwood Starving Artists Show. Hopefully it will result in more sales for you. 🙂

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