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Watercolor on Tote Bags

March 22nd, 2014

Watercolor on Tote Bags

Enjoy these 100% cotton, washable totes with my paintings on them! Click on button to view and purchase this and many other Fine Art Merchandise:

Life as an Artist

June 21st, 2013

Life as an Artist

It's neither glamorous nor particularly easy. But what stand out for me and make it all worthwhile are the times when a customer shed tears because my work touched them. Or I formed deep friendships with those who admired or collected my art. Then there was a period of time when people were so generous they would tell me me keep the change, or just hand me extra cash to support what I do.

These and more are the experiences that are precious and etched in my memory forever. I certainly had no idea as a second grader posing for a photo with my prize, for winning third place in a fire prevention drawing contest.

Inspiration

May 17th, 2013

Inspiration

So easy to be inspired....looking around at the beauty, triggering a new idea or imagery for a watercolor....

Check Out My Products on Zazzle

May 8th, 2013

Check Out My Products on Zazzle

Fine art should be enjoyed whether on the wall or on everyday merchandise. So I put my watercolors on the products sold on Zazzle. The newest ones with my paintings are iPhone covers. Check them out! Go to:

www.zazzle.com/francesku

Thank You, Watercolor

May 6th, 2013

Thank You, Watercolor

Watercolor has been a wonderful teacher, path, journey, and experience. There is really nothing in the world like it. One can use it to express beauty, experience therapeutic benefits, enjoy, share with the world, and learn life from.

It is an all-in-one deal that is simply magical.

It has taught me to let go of control.
It has taught me to be more spontaneous.
It has taught me to enjoy what is, instead of despair over what isn't.
It has taught me to simplify.
It has taught me to be original.
It has taught me to welcome surprises.
It has taught me to laugh at mistakes.
It has taught me to flow and float.

Thank you, Watercolor!