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Cheryl Biggs
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So much to do and Not Enough time!

by aramis, posted 09/17/19 20:51:29
So much to do and Not Enough time! Hi,
This is my first blog, so...Welcome.  This month has been very exciting for me.  I have been accepted into the Sonoran Arts League, made several friends there, been very impressed with their galleries and the artists works I've seen.  And they do so much for the community as well, having a free Veterans weekly class, and an upcoming Veterans Art show, childrens classes, and much more.  I have just entered several of my paintings to be juried into one of their shows, so my fingers are crossed!
I have also just been accepted into the Santan Art Guild, and again I was so impressed and comfortable with the artists that belong to this guild.  In fact, I will be showing in December at their annual show at the Olive Mill in Santan Valley.  
Tomorrow I'm off to Sierra Vista to change some of my artworks in the Gallery there and do a little volunteer time at the gallery itself.  
On a more personal note, my husband and I are busy renovating some aspects of our home here in Arizona, friends will be arriving for a visit in another week, and my daughter and son in law will be arriving for Thanksgiving.  Then it will be Xmas and the end of the year.  Unbelievable.
I guess Time really does Fly.
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Cheryl's Notes

by aramis, posted 06/28/18 15:36:37
Cheryl's Notes Hi everyone, thank you for visiting my blog.  I am currently working on several art new projects, as well as experimenting with some new techniques I've recently learned.  I love painting, and my favorite medium is oils.  They are messy, true, but I find that the slow drying process allows me much more latitude in blending and getting my detail right.  And oils allow me to work on those details until they are the best that I can do, for now.  I have recently finished a 24 x 36 painting called "Stranger in Town", which is a cowboy with an old west town in the background.  I have also just finished my first abstract/realism piece called Rainbow, which is a portrait of a woman.  Today I am working on my second painting of the  Venice, Italy Grand Canal with a view of the Rialto Bridge and Gondola.
I am also working on building a Facebook site for my art, as well as opening a Gallery Store here on Festivalnet.
I do hope that in the days to come you will visit my pages once they are up, and check out my art for yourself.  And if you have any comments, I would love to hear them.smile
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