Good old Moses hanging at the gallery. He’s come a long way since we got him out of the shelter a year ago. The abuse is all over–except for putting up with me. Painting in the background is an oil by Allan Chow. Palette knife.
Moses comes to work nearly every day. Why? Well first so to get him out of the house, but also because people love to pet him, take photos of him, and tell him how beautiful he looks. I just smile and watch, since this means they stay in the gallery longer and thus are more likely to buy art. In fact we sell more art on the days that Moses is here than when he’s not. Hence he comes to work most days. Fine by me–and him.
I was in Texas recently for meetings with Texas A&M. We’ve been hired as art consultants for their new stadium. The existing Kyle Field is being extensively expanded, design by Populous. Thanks to Populous for the introduction, and to the execs at TX A&M for choosing us. Man, this is going to be a blast!
If you want to know how I consistently land such cool projects, bringing work to talented artists of various regions each time, just go to the book’s website. A lot of our practices are covered there.
Are you not in a gallery yet and can’t figure out where to display your work so it actually has a chance of selling? I recently covered that for the Artist’s Network. Here’s a link to the webinar. As with all my webinars, I tell lots of jokes and keep it light. Better that way. The pup is our gallery dog, Sexi Lexi.