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"Goldie," 24"x36"x1-1/2", acrylic on cradled panel, $2000 plus s&h when available, but first she is (hopefully) heading out to a juried exhibition, where her eligibility mandates she is for sale. Reach out to me or sign up for my First DIbs club if you are interested in Goldie and I can keep you in the loop.

she got the thumbs up from my critique group today

which means I came home, photographed her for this newsletter, and placed her on the varnishing table. Then tomorrow I will do the entry form for the juried exhibition I'd like to see her be a part of.

This piece both gives me goosebumps and elicits one deep, cleansing breath. Like I mentioned, she is headed to out (hopefully to a juried event in September and then, if she remains unsold, to my solo show in October). She has to be for sale at both of those installations. Should she come home to me from those outings, she will be offered to my collectors club (the First Dibbers) before getting publicly listed on my website.

I know, it's long and convoluted but such is the journey for artwork that goes to shows. And it's really important to me to support my local gallery spaces by participating in their exhibitions. So if you are interested in Goldie (and she's caught a lot of lookers this week!), your best bet is to sign up to be a First Dibber (link in the caption above) and I will keep you in the loop!!

Also, prints will be made available after she sells. They might even be out prior to the holidays!!

And finally, thank you SO much for your interest in and enthusiasm for my artwork. Particularly this week - it's been pretty incredible!!

Thanks so much for following along with my art journey, warmly, Kim


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