With all the studying that I’ve been heads down in over the past 5 months, I realize I need to remake my home pages. Above the fold and social media ready are now things that have meaning for me in Etherland. I’m starting with the figurative site and it’s just about ready to go up with a slightly new look. I want them all to be ready for visitors in case my little slide show about figurative art gets popular and draws some interest. It’s a long shot but, hey, you never know. I just went to find that wonderful little film about Women In Art and it’s had an amazing 10 millions viewings. If I can get just a few of those, I’ll be pleased.

Anyway, it sure has been keeping me busy, keeping up with images as they come in, sizing them and now I’m in the editing room trying to find the best order to present them in. I have a few new far flung artists too. Tom Wood (portrait above) from England, Amanda Russian (beach image)from Australia and Alejandro Rosemberg (below) from Argentina.

Some find me and some I find but they’re all interesting in one way or another. It’s fun communicating with people from different countries. When I used to do my sewing patterns, I was quite thrilled to be mailing them off to Holland, Australia and even the Falkland Islands. I’m looking forward to having more free time once this slide show is finished. Of course, we’ll probably make another one but not until next year so I can get on to my own paintings again. Plus there’s a lovely summer to enjoy. Cheerio! Paula
Published on: Jul 20, 2010

3 thoughts on “Remaking my home pages for social media”

  1. 2010/07/19 at 4:12 pm
    Hey Paula,
    thanks for dropping by the Cumberland Lifers. We’re just a small village of 3 thousand, but we manage to have a completely non committal drop-in in-instructed life drawing session weekly throughout the winter. Quite a bit of interest here. The blog is a place for participants to post stuff; it’s often difficult to see what others are doing in the sessions too, as we’re all preoccupied. Some people come from Courtenay and Comox. Sounds similar to what you do over there. Will drop by here occasionally to find out more about you and will check out that figure drawing blog too. May do a link on our blog to that; anything to do with life drawing we can find goes on. Cheers, and have a good summer. Clive
    (rescued by Paula from lost comments)

  2. 2010/07/11 at 7:09 am | In reply to Air.
    You are welcome. Ben got back last night on the last ferry. had a great day so we’ll hear all about today with any luck. Good luck with your juggling act on all counts. Cheers- Paula

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