In the link you will find individual images of available works as well as a PDF file containing a short note, and the list of works. There are short videos of the “park” space in my studio). What is interesting is that by putting everything into the drive, I can update the list of works sold, and I can add a document with Q&A if there will be any and I can add videos by request. So please feel free to drop me an email if you have any questions, suggestions or critique.
I am happy to announce that I will be sending out a link to view my very first studio-digital-exhibition in my next once-a-month-newsletter!
What newsletter you may ask?
Well for a while now I have been using an engine called ‘mailchimp’ to send out news from my studio to a collector’s list that I have build up over the years, thanks to emails I received enquiring about my work via this and other platforms. I try and send only one newsletter – usually from the last week or the first week of a month. That same newsletter might end up published here as well, but usually a week or so after the original goes out, and sometimes edited.
That gives my trusty collectors the latest news first 😉
You might also notice that sometimes the content/photos published here are the same as on Instagram or Twitter too…but hey, different strokes for different folks…..
I’m learning as I go…which reminds me that I have to learn how to create a ‘landing page’ for my newsletters. Just a way of trying to keep it simple when balancing studio with professional and personal life. Thanks for your patience.
What I enjoy about the mailchimp newsletters is that since it’s private I often get a response directly from you! and it was in during an email conversation after one newsletter that my collector planted the seed for my very own ‘studio-digital-exhibtion’. – Which I will tell you more about it in the next few weeks
What I like about using this blog is that it serves as an extension of my ‘headquaters.’ Sometimes it is playful, sometimes it is serious or sometimes even short and to the point. It is a trusted, easy to manage website. From this point I send out my posts to Twitter and Linkedin.
What I like about Instagram is that it host some amazing communities of artists, artlovers, embroiderers, and friends. It is quick, easy to access while on the go. It is global. Its like a mini website for me.
I do not make use of Facebook.
For now this is how I manage my online prescence until the ‘artworld figures out how to present itself like the VR experiences on Playstation etc. for example Fortnite 😉 Wouldn’t that be fun??!
so my dear friends, if you’d like to receive my ‘once-a-month-studio-newsletter’, please pop me an email, alternatively I will see you here x