I've been a bad bad girl.

Normally I am pretty good at backing things up. Not totally OCD about it, but generally steadfast. Well I can’t say that about my online newsletter email address list. During my recent switch of email services I actually DID back up, but backward, so I essentially replaced my current list of talented friends, undoubtedly astute collectors and other delightful humans interested in my work (there were surprisingly many) with a list of eight addresses and I think two of them were mine. I scoured every hard drive I own for a more current list but found none. (On the upside, my search did unearth an old poem I’d been looking for.)

Sadly, there’s no un-oops key I can press. But I can invite you to re-subscribe to my occasional email newsletter and I will select one lucky subscriber to receive a archival matted Giclée print of Urge, the very first image created for my Color is a Verb series. It’s the image that started it all and is only being released in a limited edition.

The Gardener Series: Lily

Color is a Verb: Urge

So sign up!  Who knows, you might occasionally find some sparkle in your email inbox.

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The recipient of the print will be chosen randomly by a very well backed up computer, on Thursday July 1st!

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3 Responses to “I've been a bad bad girl.”
  1. Arthur

    you’re dangerous. i think i need to keep an eye on you so i joined.

  2. Linda Devlin

    All signed up! I have Urge and love it! Can I get a different one if I’m chosen? Please say yes. :)

  3. Christine

    Yes Linda. If you’re chosen you can choose from other pieces.

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