Saturday, March 24, 2012

happy and tired..

open studio was last night and we had a crush of people! I hoped I could sell enough to pay for the wine and goodies and low and behold I did and then some!!!! It was the first time I have ever sold as much as I did and I was thrilled. Besides being invited to submit proposals for 3 different venues, it was just crazy good! But boy my knees about gave out. My son came but saw I was not needing help in the selling business. In fact he stood there shocked as people kept handing over cash, checks and credit cards.
I actually sold large paintings this time. Always good for the bottom line! Here are some I sold..have a great day...I am going back to bed for a while!

Have a great day!


  1. Toutes mes félicitations... Je suis très heureuse pour vous. J'imagine que vous soyez fatigué, un vernissage aussi fabuleux vous met sur les rotules !!! mais c'est bon.
    Gros bisous

  2. Good Afternoon Kay,
    I'm a little late, so forgive me, but it's never too late to say a huge CONGRATULATIONS!! Wow! It must have really felt wonderful and I couldn't be happier for you and your success.
    Now, keep building on it and the sky is the limit.
    Well Done!

  3. what fab news kay-i read this a few days back but have been "in the trenches" so to speak. i love all of these. i always adore every animal you paint. i am not surprised these sold. wondering what they sold for but won't ask even tho i sort of just did! ;)

    and glad the WV stuff is gone...that thing is something i hate and will only do it on certain friends' blogs and most, like you, didn't even know it was there or how to get rid of it. good old blogger/google...makes you wonder ...

    anyway congrats, kay, and thanks again for making the trek over to my blog. i know it's not as convenient now. xoxoxo

  4. Oh, I'm so glad I dropped in for a visit and found you've had a successful show of your wonderful artwork. It's great that a lot of people came by to look and purchase. Now you know for sure all the hard work really can pay off - and not just financially either. My feeling is that payment isn't so much about money as it is respect for the work.