After I finished LOVE, I felt like I wasn't done, yet. So, here's the second piece. Or, part two, if you like. Enjoy.
I don't know what's wrong. I shared a give away about a week and a half ago — Personalized Watercolor Card Giveaway. And, there haven't been that many bites. I want to share some artwork. Send some mail. Encourage! It's free. And, you're getting personal mail from me. I'll send it anywhere. Even to the ends… Continue reading Free, free, FREE!
Here's a chance for all you silent stalkers to come out and twirl with me. The four are photographs I've take here and there. Which one would you like to see me paint? Feel free to choose more than one and rank them in order of priority. #1 — #2 — #3 — #4 — … Continue reading Voting Volition
I'm giving away ELEVEN personalized watercolor cards. What are they? They are copies of a 12x16 watercolor I painted this year. Why? Because I just finished the 11th revision of my manuscript a couple of days ago, and I'm about to start writing the proposal for my agent/publisher search. And, I want to celebrate with… Continue reading Personalized Watercolor Card Giveaway
Until a veteran, published author encouraged me relatively recently to do art to improve my writing, I thought doing that stuff was engaging in frivolous activities with spare time I didn't, don't have, and couldn't afford. She insisted that doing art would help. It would refill the creative tank. I'd have more to bring to… Continue reading Filling the Creative Tank
I'm including some of my favorite shots from a recent trip I took to Tennessee. Lily Chang © 2018 This place was where important things happened in my formative years. Perhaps you remember me writing about it in an earlier post. If not, you can take a look here. This doesn't require an explanation.… Continue reading Tennessee!
Recently, I met with two people who have impacted my life deeply. One individual I've known most of my life. The other for much less time by comparison. But both, amazing ladies in their own right, have encouraged me, challenged me to grow, and loved me for me. Though she was officially my piano… Continue reading Porous, Profound Persons