"The Artist Must Train Not Only His Eye But His Soul" Wassily Kandinsky

Support for Irish Art and a Q & A with Edwina from The Life of Stuff

Hi, I really hope everyone is well and seeing some light at the end of the tunnel (long as that tunnel may be) with the road plan for easing restrictions now in place. The seperation from family is becoming more difficult as time goes on. Listening to an old Saw Doctor's album almost set me off today as the songs brought back so many great memories. I realise how lucky I am to be safe at home in Oulart, Co.Wexford with my partner and daughter. Homeschooling, painting in the studio, cooking, walking...all the usual daily activities continue and I am thankful that I am healthy enough to do them. 

Something that has kept me going is the support from my customers old and new. Sales are good and I appreciate every single one. Reports show in general art sales are up and that is welcome news for everyone in the sector. I am pleased to be able to support other artists in a small way by buying their work as birthday gifts for family and friends. 

There are other ways to support artists and other small businesses besides buying their work; sharing, liking and commenting on their work on social media is very welcome also. Edwina from The Life of Stuff, uses her Irish Travel and Lifestyle blog to help keep Irish Art in the public eye with her Q & A Series. Check out the website for my interview and others as well as lots of tips and reviews on travel, fashion, health and beauty and food and drink https://www.thelifeofstuff.com/index.php/culture-music/artists-qa-series-culture-events/

If anyone has any questions please feel free to contact me by email mfurlong17@googlemail.com. All queries are welcome. Blessings to everyone xx

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