Little leaves twinkling

“Everywhere Birds,” 5 x 7 inches, pen and ink

Another little “poem” for you today, inspired by walking and bike riding around. Can I call these poems? I’m not sure what the definition of a poem is, but I’ve always loved writing these one-liners, and I may have finally found a way to convey them that makes sense. This one’s available in my shop right now. [Edit: this original is SOLD (thanks Erica!) Please look out for prints of it, coming soon to my shop!]

Lots of exciting things going on in my art world—I have a couple different opportunities for upcoming art shows! It looks like it may turn out to be a pretty busy November and December with getting artwork framed and prints printed. Right now, I am feeling that combination of nervous energy and excitement that comes when you feel like you may be pushing yourself to the next level. It’s a good, although scary feeling.

The first will be coming along very shortly—I will be showing with a group of artists as part of the downtown Sacramento 2nd Saturday Art Walk on November 8. Marla, over at The Inky Pomegranate has invited me to show in an office space (turned gallery) at 1817 K St., suite 200 in the Eason and Tambornini building. I will give you more details and a reminder closer to the date of the show, but if you’re in the area, come on out for a visit!

The second opportunity is still in the works, but I will let you know more later. The most amazing thing is that both of these opportunities literally came to me, via my Etsy shop! Don’t you just love that—when good things just show up at your doorstep?! That will show you who’s boss!


3 Responses to “Little leaves twinkling”

  1. 1 maelinat October 23, 2008 at 6:50 pm

    Beautiful one-liners. Good luck dear.

  2. 2 maelinat October 23, 2008 at 6:54 pm

    PS: I really like “Ride bikes & Grow your own food”, and adore “Family”: What a meticulousness! Bravo & thanks.

  3. 3 Era October 23, 2008 at 7:40 pm

    Congratulations! I’m so excited for you; I will definitely drag my whole family down to Sacramento for your show (I leave the very next day). This is my favorite poem yet. You are incredibly talented and it’s so awesome that you are moving forward.

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