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February Desktop Calendar


There is fresh snow on the ground from last night, yet it's been raining all day - not your typical late January Michigan weather. Although I suppose nothing is quite typical of Michigan weather anyway. 

It IS good napping in a warm spot weather, though!

To implement this month's desktop calendar, simply download the file directly from my website. I've set up a couple different ways to do this, either via the photo album or a direct link.

I am by no means an expert on the variety of operating systems, so I highly recommend that if you don't know how to change your desktop wallpaper, don't email me for advice. Instead consult your computer's help files - they will be more concise, more knowledgeable and more responsive than I could ever hope to be. 

I've sized this to fit a standard screen height of 768 - I realize there are lots of variables that could impact how the file displays on your screen. Let me know if, once you get the file installed, there are display quality issues (keep in mind, too, that options such as "stretching to fit," "tiling" and "cropping" will impact your display, so check those first!).

Meanwhile, enjoy that mug of tea and whatever this month brings you, celebrate with your whole heart!! 
Kim


This painting, "Beauty Rest," has been on a whirlwind exhibition tour the last year. Along the way s
he's made many friends, but has yet to find a home.
The painting is currently in Clare, Michigan, part of a group exhibition at Gallery 515, returning to me in March.
And I'd love to wrap her up and send her to a permanent home. Inquiries can come to me.
Thanks so much for supporting my artwork!!
Kim
PS Here's a link to the beautiful custom frame job Diana from Accent on Art did - she's floating in a silken dark green box wrapped in a luscious dark chocolate and gilt frame. The painting framed and ready to hang is $679.

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