Blogging Adventure-part 2

I am rewriting this post as part of my Blog Triage class with Alyson Stanfield and Cynthia Morris.

Who are the people I want to visit and read my blog:

Of course I want you who is reading this right now to follow my blog. You are probably interested in all aspects of the art world, maybe in art education, art/artists from different countries.

Would you be interested in hearing about older artists/non artists who are starting over and doing what they love? I’m sure that just like me there are a lot of you out there who are enjoying this time of your life when you can be who you are, have fun doing what you love with out much regard to what other people think.

What is it about getting to be of a “mature” age and deciding or just finally letting ourselves be who we are? Isn’t this fun? I guess we don’t need to impress anyone as much as we did when we were younger.

One exception though, I’m sure that you as much as I want to impress art websites, galleries, art collectors or designers, correct?  If you are one of these readers, I am very happy to share my art and blog with you.

Wonder what our next assignment will be? Stay tuned!

2 Replies to “Blogging Adventure-part 2”

  1. Dora, I like the hats. Yes, I want to hear about the “mature” artists who are doing what they love, or what they must… I am one of them and I want to be a member of the club, too. Very attractive watercolor- the subject looks like a fine destination.

  2. Hi Lynn, welcome to the club then! That’s great that you want to hear about “us mature artists”. I love the idea of doing this and need to see how it will pan out. Thank you!

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