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Doodles Matter by Sarah Irwin

Doodles Matter by Sarah Irwin

Here I am standing in front of what may be my first real piece of art.  What a great way to start a blog about championing creative action and the serendipity, blessings, and adventure that happen as a result.   I can't believe I still have this painting, am I ever glad that I do.

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A New Way to Buy Art

A New Way to Buy Art

This September I was invited to participate in an online panel discussion about a "New Way to Buy Art". Three art professionals (and amazing moderator Brita Lind) chatted about shopping for art online.  We addressed concerns for collectors about this "new" way of shopping for original art. It is a growing trend, accelerated by recent stay at home orders during the pandemic.  Galleries are embracing new technologies and innovative techniques to make the process easy, safe and comfortable

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The mighty little boler

The mighty little boler

The boler (always lowercase b) was invented in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1968 by a used car salesman named Ray Olecko.  Elements of the origin story are hotly debated online.  Some claim the lightweight trailer was named boler because it resembles a bowler hat.  Others claim it was named after a previous invention of Olecko's, a hand held fibreglass slingshot, also named Boler (capital B this time).

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