December Sunset and a good weekend
I’ve been working hard in my studio the last couple of days, and have just about finished the next Peddars Way painting, which I hope to get up on the website tomorrow. I just need to have a final look at it in daylight tomorrow to make sure! These short winter afternoons mean I often end up painting by electric light – although there are some compensations, like the beautiful sunset above!
I was really pleased with how the ARTSTUFF stall went on Saturday – I sold a heap of greetings cards, packs of Christmas cards, a jute bag and a canvas print – and several people said they were sorry I didn’t have any calendars this year! I kept having to explain that I HAD had calendars, but had sold out by November. Which makes me realise that next year I need to make a lot more calendars.
I heard some very good news last Friday, concerning next year, and I’ve also been planning a really interesting new year-long painting project to do throughout 2016 which I’m very excited about. (But I’m not sharing my New Year plans until January, so you’ll have to wait till then to hear about them!)
Then, on Sunday I had an email via my website which resulted in the sale of ‘Waiting for the Tide II’ to a couple who saw my work earlier in the year at the Sentinel Gallery.
I bought the first Christmas present today, and posted the first batch of Christmas cards – the time is flying by . . . . . Hope you are all enjoying a happy December 🙂