Five years ago I found my way to Blogger while exploring an AOL Top Ten Blog List. I was merely trying to find out what blogs were and why people were constantly talking about them. Suddenly I was prompted to create a blog. Surprised at first, I clicked away. A few minutes later I went back and created my first blog about my dot art. It wasn’t long before I set up several more blogs. I jumped in with gusto.
My first intent was to put images of my art out there since many of pieces had survived Hurricane Katrina and the Flood. I was grateful that the works were spared. Some of my college, and younger artwork, perished in the basement of my aunt’s house. The art wasn’t high enough, from the floor, to remain dry.
It’s taken some time for me to find a groove for this blog. Along the way I’ve been lucky enough to have regular readers. Several of them enjoy telling me what they see in these pieces.
Tonight I am working on some new dot paintings. The deadline to submit them is in the coming week. I still have many hours of adding dots to three 20” x 20” canvases. My process takes a lot of time.
A BIG THANK YOU to my readers who continue to visit this blog. Thank you to those readers who comment and regularly share their observations. I really appreciate your feedback.
Now back to work . . .