Wednesday, February 21, 2007


'Appleabstract' ~ This is a digital painting I did tonight and it made me think of apples. :)


I just read the most wonderful and informative thread started tonight in the Wetcanvas business forum by the artist Maggie S. She did an in-depth interview with the owner of the Chasen Art Gallery and this answered so many questions I have had about dealing with art galleries. To read her interview, you can either go to her blog:

http://greywarenart.blogspot.com/ (plus see her beautiful artwork) or read it in the Wetcanvas business forum. I gave her thread in Wetcanvas a 5 star rating! A big kudos to her for doing this research and interview!

13 comments:

Janvangogh said...

Kind of looks like parakeets sitting on the apple.

Mother of Invention said...

I see an underwater Octapus mixed with Space Creature! Eyeballs in a few places too!

W. J. St. Christopher said...

Yep, I see an apple, too -- with a big green parrot perched on one side! I love your use of those tiny dot-lights. That's really becoming your trademark! And, your fantasy trees -- yum!

That's a good interview on Wet Canvas, but I could have gone a l-o-n-g time without hearing that print sales are on the decline. Guess I'll just have to prove him wrong!

Lynette, I'm thinking I might join you in the eBay pool in a week or two. Nothing ventured, nothing gained, right!

Have a great weekend!

LynClay said...

Haa there are some little green parrots on that apple/octopus hehe. Thanks Janet, m.o.i. and W.J. for your nice comments! W.J. it took me a long time before deciding to try e-bay but when I did I was really glad. I think there is lots more people who buy in there, I'm not sure what it is but I say woohoo I think it's fantastic that you are going to give it a try too!! I started out with just aceos because they cost less to list and I didn't know if I could sell anything in there, now I've been lucky to sell a couple of larger ones this week! Yeaa!

Nancy Van Blaricom said...

Wow, this is beautiful. Very dreamy. Great choice of colors. Almost takes my breath away.

LynClay said...

Aww thank you so much Nancy!

jafabrit said...

They look like apples with sugar coated sweeties, looks very yummy.

Cynthia said...

Apples, I see apples too!

I agree, the dot-lights are becoming your trademark.

Thanks for the link to the article, I'll take a peek.

LynClay said...

Thank you J.B. sugar coated sweeties sounds so yummy!!
Thank you Cyn I'm always making those little light dots even in my digital paintings too and speaking of that I was doing another aceo tonight and using my toothpick to paint dots again LOL!

The Epiphany Artist said...

Your work always amazes me - so much COLOR!

LynClay said...

Hi Terri, Thanks so much, it's so good to hear from you and I hope your husband is doing well. I know you had a rough time with his health there. I'm off to check your blog and see what you've been doing!

Maggie Stiefvater said...

You're welcome! ;)

LynClay said...

:D Thanks Maggie, I hope you don't mind that I posted about your interview in my blog. I thought it was a wonderful and helpful thing that you shared it in WC! One of these days I would love to see your work in the Chasen gallery in Richmond, I don't live too far from there, a big congrats on your success!!