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Open House vs. Open Studio

acrylic on canvas

Acrylic on canvas, 36×72 largest painting I have ever attempted–see final at Open Studio!

In addition to my normal marketing efforts–email newsletters, social media, brick and mortar gallery marketing, word-of-mouth, etc.–there is a very important one-on-one opportunity that lets my fans speak directly with me about my work. That is an Open Studio.

Think of it as an Open House–with exciting artwork on the walls of my home–over 50 original artworks in various sizes! How convenient is that. I open my studio barn doors and let you into my creative space to see where I do my work, touch sample painting surfaces, browse through sketchbooks that hold fledgling bits of new works, and take a look at the mystery behind the canvas. Then come into my home to see the art on display throughout and ask questions about my process, materials or supplies. I hope to enlighten you as to why I do what I do. And if you love a piece enough to take one home, I’d be forever grateful for your support.

Please let all your friends know they are invited to come take a look. Now, on to planning Open Studio 2014, November 8 & 9, 10-4pm, Ann Trainor Domingue Studio, 39 High Street, Goffstown, NH. See you in the barn.

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