Thursday, February 14, 2008


8x4 inch original oil painting
To purchase this painting, email me at

Today is NOT the day, but I will offer a FREE PAINTING GIVEAWAY this month. Keep watching my blog every day. When I post the notice, you will have 24 hours to email me your entry into the free drawing.

Artists frequently ask me for guidance and help with their careers. The answers I give apply to most artists, and include many elements often overlooked or not fully understood by many artists.

I am certainly not the ultimate authority, but I have accumulated a good deal of experience and information that may be helpful to others. This comes from selling through top galleries across the country for over 20 years and exchanging information with many top names in the business.

If there is enough general interest I will be happy to post a special blog entry later this month that most daily painters (and even established professionals) could benefit from. Let me hear from you if this is of interest to you.

Today’s thought to smile about:
Small pleasures that cost nothing

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Blogger Mary Sheehan Winn said...

Hi Tom,
I know your work and I found your blog through a links from one of your students, who's name now escapes me.
Blogging is opening up the world in terms of exposure to top rate work and also the knowledge you usually only get in a workshop.
I'm interested in any tips you want to share through your blog, having the experience you do, and I'm sure I'll have plenty of company.

10:44 AM  
Blogger Nancy said...

On Christmas, the most beautiful woman I have ever seen walked up to me and said, "Hi Caro, I'm your niece. I baked you some cookies." Just as she had done twenty years ago when she was eight. Even more amazing is that she is an artist! And thanks to you we are having a wonderful time bonding on art together. Waite until I post her this most recent gorgeous painting of yours! We will be on the phone all night talking about it. I still can not believe I am related to a six foot tall super model type who loves art, or that she was once a little four foot tall cookie feind, slated for medical school. -Carol

7:34 PM  
Blogger Nancy said...

I keep coming back to the creamyness of those mountains, there should be a term used to descibe a painting that incorporates such delectable imagery, it should be a word that makes you feel like your hands are full of Terramiso. It's like the layer of buttercream between the loaves in a frosted layer cake, spontainiously appeared in your palm. I just love the daily discovery of something unimaginably wonderful on this site. -Carol

8:50 AM  

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