Inventory is a Never-Ending Task
Don't get me wrong. I am blessed to have a big studio, with several rooms and lots of organizational space. But it isn't perfect, yet. I very much need one of those framed artwork organizers, so I can access what I have when needed.
There is an upcoming exhibit in Spokane (more on that later) and I am having a grand time framing small works to fill out the display of pastels that will be shown. If I can get organized really well, I may open up the sale to include my readers here at The Colorist. No promises, but it would be nice to sell a few before they even get to the framing stage, as I probably have more than I need for this show.
One recurring problem for me is to discover framed works that never got photographed. It is possible to get a picture through the glass, and I may have to resort to that for two of my works that I found today. The photo shown is of a pastel titled, "Public Works Road." It is of an actual place, rather than the imagination. But, no record of it exists!
In all of my spare time ;) I may get these formally recorded and posted here soon. I am certainly feeling the holidays coming on, with fresh snow on the ground. Look for snow pics soon, too.