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‘Tis Late in the Season

Now that it is officially December, I must dig my head out of the sand… or rather, out of the frozen soon-to-be-covered-in-snow patch of earth, to consider what to do …

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How Do I Make Prints of My Artwork?

I knew that selling prints would increase my sales and exposure, and I sought guidance from other artists who were successfully reproducing their artwork. I learned that collectors were looking for quality reproductions, and I chose to invent money in a professional grade Epson printer that uses archival pigment inks.
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Magnets, and Keychains, and ACEOs, Oh My!

My summer season at the Westminster Farmer’s Market begins on June 15th ~ next Saturday! And naturally, I’ve waited until June to prepare. In my defense, there are still plenty …

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When Expensive Printers Decide To Quit Working…

My printer and I aren’t on speaking terms at the moment. He started it with his refusal to recognize any of the ink cartridges I’d been purchasing. They are genuine …

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Everything In My Messy Closet Must Go Sale!

Yesterday was the final day of the summer season Farmer’s Market in Westminster, MD. I decided to run a 25-50% OFF special on everything at my table, because I wasn’t …

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6 Lessons I Learned Participating in 2 Art and Craft Shows

With a whopping two shows under my belt, I can officially say that I’m …..well, still a beginner. Nevertheless, I have already discovered several things about doing live shows:   …

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Running a Printing Marathon….

I’m sorry for my blogging absence ~ my last post was nearly one month ago! Oh my! The last 30 days have been hectic, both at home and my day-job, …

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I’ll Skip the Desert, Thank You, I’m Finished Eating This Sand.

I’ve been absent from this website for the past couple of weeks, but I can assure you that my head wasn’t completely buried in the sand. I just took a …

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Tales of Procrastination: I’m Too Lazy to Back-Up My Data Files

After having written so many times about the cost of procrastination, right here on this blog… you would think I’d have learned the crucial lesson by now: Be Prepared For …

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A New Year, A New World

We’ve survived the first week of January…. I’m assuming you’ve survived, too, if you’re reading this post. Do ghosts communicate via the Internet? I wonder. I dropped a bombshell on …

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