Life is good and busy and tiring and joy is spilling out of my cells.
I share the news with great happiness; Don't take it as bragging or gloating.
Due to the pandemic, I'm claiming my creative self instead of listening to the old voices who lied. They didn't know what they didn't know; I forgive them. I'm the Inuk artist who was told not to create art as a youngster. It took me decades to forgo the liar's "wisdom."
Two of my small paintings are for sale at the Wampanoag Trading Post and Gallery. Look for the "Inuksuk Mikijuk" mini canvas and "Dancing Joy" mini canvas at https://bit.ly/3HlgvBm
I noticed the Trading Post's hours are Wednesdays to Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Say hi to Danielle when you visit or order. She's an amazing author, mom, gallery co-owner, and UMass Amherst alumna.
Look for the announcement at https://forbeslibrary.org/gallery/ middle of the page. My "Rainbow" digital print is shown. Our reception is Thursday night. I was wrong in the previous post about free parking. Forbes Library has patrons pay for parking until 6 p.m. Please bring your quarters, if you're early.
I mailed six 6x6-inch acrylic paintings to the Indigenous Artist-led Market in Toronto. My work should be shown this week on their social media. It was very exciting to know all my art sold out and they needed more. You can find "indigenous_art_market" on their Instagram page or on their website. This image is one of mine for sale.
I received a certificate of participation from the Inuit Turk Exhibition. I won't post it but am grateful to have it. It's my third show with the curator. It's going until March 18th.
I don't know what comes after February though I'm willing to find out!
Take care and reshare this. Let me know what you think. I do take commissions and can give day workshops.