Using Book Shelves and small Cupboards to
display small pieces
Offers BIG Impact
Its been a very long time since I have posted. I have been dealing with another round of the old Ovarian Cancer. There, I said it. Now, I can get on with my job, LOL. I have talked in the past about doing a show in September that is in Doylestown, PA. I had to cancel this event. I am sorry about it, too. I will plan on returning 2017, provided that I can get back into the show. This show is amazing and there is a waiting list. Maybe they will let me back in since I have a good excuse. JUST SAYING. Some days I feel I should have a blog about Cancer and dealing/surviving with it. Step 1, The first thing I tell myself is that there is an end to it. I fully believe that one day I will wake up and it will be G O N E. Painting is good therapy, Step 2.
I feel good and am at the other side of this...THANKS be to God!
Using book shelves to display small art is a very interesting and good idea to me. I have written about it before. The ways to display the small paintings are endless. Small easels, book stands, little boxes, decorative books--are all good props and add dimension and interest to display my small masterpieces (LOL). This little painting came from my ETSY store just recently (lower right corner of picture above).
The customer loved it and has already sent me a photo! I LOVE SOCIAL MEDIA.
All four paintings in this cupboard were provided by Kolene
Now, I am ready to list another on Etsy. This one is a long thin whaling painting that was painted on canvas. It is actually a small canvas original. The frame is wonderfully primitive. Check it out on KOLENESPICHER Etsy.