Well in true fashion, I’m running late with my 2021 calendar. It is ready and available for sale now here if you’d like to order one. I limited it to just one size this year, the classic size of 11″x17″ opened. I figured the least amount of decisions the better, right? Simple and easy is appealing to me these days.
I’ve got next year’s calendar on my planner to do before January is half over. Jeesh. Imagine what I could do if I had my shit together. Hah! Ah well, such is my life. I’m trying to do better. So far I’m actually writing in my planner and I’ve already got my taxes started, so that’s progress for me. Do you procrastinate? I’m just terrible about it. In fact, I do so much better with a deadline. I think it’s from all the years in advertising, I thrive under pressure.
This year’s calendar came in today and I’m so pleased with it. I’ve used the same supplier for years and while they’re prices keep inching up at least I know the quality is there. That brings up a point. If you want to order a calendar, try to do it today before 9 pm PST this evening for the best price. They’ll go up slightly after tonight, about $6 more. The reason being: I like extend any sales I might receive to my collectors and my supplier’s sale to order these ends tonight at 9 pm PST (which is actually 11pm my time).
So, if you haven’t gotten yourself a calendar yet, I’d love for you to get mine. Each 2021 calendar features an eclectic mix of my original, colorful paintings I painted in 2020 printed on premium glossy heavy card stock. The month page is easy to write your schedule and commitments on with pen or pencil.
Some of my original paintings from this year’s calendar are still available for purchase. Check out my available paintings here.
Here’s the 2021 art calendar paintings:
January – “Suddenly Quiet Stirring” – Abstract landscape. Trees against pinkish full moon from the Ancestral Lands collection
February – “Come on Like a Drug” – Abstract painting from the Temptation Waits collection
March – “Pondering” – Abstract Landscape. Organic shapes in green, brown and turquoise
April – “Singing for my Breakfast” – Loosely painted single white sunflower
May – “Fields of Joy” – Landscape. Loose pink and red poppies in a field
June – “Just Can’t Get Enough” – Abstract painting from the Temptation Waits collection
July – “Busy Every Day” – Abstract Landscape. Field of sunflowers with teal and purple painterly background
August – “Busy Sunny Days” – Floral. Large sunflower with a bee in the center of the sunflower
September – “Jungle Sky” – Abstract Landscape. Organic shapes in turquoise, white, gray and copper
October – “Seance by Candlelight” – Moody representational painting of vintage silver candelabra with lit ivory candles
November – “Hushed Stillness” – Abstract landscape. White abstract tree against eclipsing moon from the Ancestral Lands collection
December – “Deep Field” – Abstract. Organic shapes in greens, gray, white and copper
Learn more about me on the ‘About’ page under the additional links menu. I’m an artist – a painter mostly and an avid gardener. I paint a variety of subjects including birds, koi fish, my gardens, ponds and flowers as well as anything having to do with nature especially trees and tropical scenes. I also enjoy painting abstracts and have started created more and more of them. My most favorite thing to try to achieve in my painting is is mystery and telling mystical stories.
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