Friday, September 17, 2010

A successful day

No images today, as the commission I am working on is of a little baby that has passed. These commissions are always very special to me, but I never post them on the web for obvious reasons. Last night was a busy night, with the opening of the Blacktown City Art Exhibition, where I was honoured to find that I had been awarded a Highly Commended for 'A Life Well Spent', and also to see that the Council had acquired this artwork. We then left and drove to another exhibition opening night, and I discovered that 'The Artist or the Subject' had sold. Last night was also the opening for the Illustrator's Australia exhbition, and I am delighted to see that 'Untold Story' has sold. It never rains but it pours, as the saying goes, is so true. I can go weeks and not sell a single artwork, nor get any commissions, and then all of a sudden there are lovely days like yesterday, where you rejoice that people like your art enough to part with their hard earned dollars, and that is a great feeling!!!!


Mona said...

Karen, my condolences to the parents of the lost child.

Congratulations on your award and sales! How wonderful to have three sold all at once, and a well-deserved award!

Anonymous said...

Congrats Karen, it is so nice when you get lovely surprises like this.

sue said...

Oh Wow ... you're really 'on a roll'. I'm not at all surprised as your work is wonderful.

Many congratulations :o)

Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

Thank you all Mona, Vic and Sue for your lovely words - days like these make all the long hours seem so worth it!!! :))

Artoholic said...

Oh Karen that is BRILLIANT news! It really validates what you are producing is fabulous (no validation needed in my eyes though!).

Success begets Success - someone said that didn't they? Yo are living proof.

I am covered in paint and white charcoal at the minute - I feel like a grub. Thank goodness for industtrial strength soap and looong showers!

Make sure you spend the moula on something that you like. You know, the guilty pleasures stuff!



Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

You always put such a bit smile on my face Cindy - thank you!!!! :))