Acrylic on Canvas – 8″ x 6″
I recently fixed an old Gilbert clock from the 1920’s. It’s one the most fascinating toys I’ve ever had because you can see all the levers and cogs moving as it keeps your time. Of course, that will be hidden again once I’m finished re-furbishing its bell-shaped case.
The picture to your left indicates that I’m finally done with the Ten Painting Challenge by Friday (and it’s Friday). I finished up late last night and was feeling paranoid. So, like any person who’s been up way too late digitizing their artwork and reading about the Pinterest member content policies via LockerGnome: http://www.lockergnome.com/social/2012/02/23/how-to-use-pinterest-without-breaking-the-law/trackback/ (not to mention heeding the warnings of my fellow peer, Cindy Schnackel via her Copyright Journal) I put my info all over this downloadable picture. It’s hard enough to make a living as an artist in such a competitive field, but, to read what Pinterest really thinks of your rights as an intellectual property owner is just sad. Because of this, I ask that you please don’t “pin” my work on Pinterest.
Again, a very special ‘thank you’ to KD Mernin for getting the ball rolling on my 10 painting challenge. Check out her work here: www.kdmernin.com and see both our works this weekend at the Funky February Weekend with the Mt. Airy Art Garage (11 West Mt. Airy Avenue, Philadelphia, PA – 12-6pm Saturday & 12-5pm Sunday).