”I am always doing things I can’t do, that’s how I get to do them.”
There are three reasons for this post. First, is the message of positive light, as you’ve read the quote by Pablo Picasso. Secondly, I’m launching my new website. I wish I could say I had a book or two I could interest you in there but I don’t. Lastly, Beatrice from Apartment 7B is back. Little Totsy gave me the idea to let her hang out over there on the homepage, so you can get better acquainted with her. As last week, she’ll show up here from time to time but she’s high maintenance and I can’t promise you how often that’ll be.
See, Beatrice is my reality star. Remember me telling you that watching reality TV was like me doing homework? Well, Beatrice is the result of my homework. I also wanted to integrate my writing with my art outside of what I do on my blog. I have several scripts I’ve written and will soon be done with my first couple of episodes. Like Picasso, I’m doing something I really can’t do. Composing a comic strip is totally new and something I always wanted to do and I’m working on it as you read.
The second purpose of this post is to introduce my website. Over at the other place is a gallery of all the artwork, some of which you’ve seen on this blog. Periodically, I may post new work here, depending on the topic. Otherwise, the website over yonder will house the latest studio works and, eventually, my writing, as in published stuff, as well. For art, last year, I was able to point folks to Thelma Harris Art Gallery. That’s out there in Oakland, California. There’s another gallery in Riverside, California that houses originals of my work but I need to follow up with them when opportunity permits. Do take a look-see around my little place to check out what’s going on. I serve virtual organic, gluten-free cookies and sorbet sundaes and play music in the galleries, so make yourself feel right at home. At some point, I’ll have a gallery button on the side bar for you to click to visit at your convenience.
Well folks, until next time…