Being an Artist is hard work - mentally and emotionally. We don't fit in an organized box on the "career" shelf of modern life. It is a tough road of perserverance, making oneself paint everyday. Staying motivated and working to promote an entrepreneur business. Fighting the stereotype of "the starving artist." I may wobble some days, feel lost, confused, let down by my "lack" of direction. Then I remember, every day is another day, another painting, another step forward into building my business as a freelance artist. This is just the beginning.
July 28th, The Esso Club will be holding a fundraiser for Katherine Jones as she battles Sarcoma. *More information on Stronger Than Sarcoma via Facebook**
Mr. Michael Arabe has refinished a table that is an original hightop from The Esso Club ans he has put on a wrought iron base. He then asked me to paint the Esso logo on the top. It will be included in the silent auction portion of the fundraiser and is available for bidding. The table is currently on display at M. Tannery & Sons on Ram Cat Alley - Downtown Seneca.
The finished commission piece of the four dogs -
Just another day in the Woodshop
Four dog portrait almost finished - stayed tuned for the final commissioned painting!
Current commission piece..