As an artist I have come to accept that although people will copy what I do no one will make work exactly like I do, so I share and know that some of you will value my work and others will value the sharing of information. But at some stage I hope the two converge.
As an artist I continue to make work and strive to find a sustainable business model for my creative practice; increasing my sales of art, securing more commissions, devising projects and events. I hope if you enjoy or value my work you will find away to share that with those in your circle and consider purchasing some art work.
|Cahore House Hotel, Wexford. Roisin Markham|
The mist was doing a great job of dampening down all the colours. It was n't quiet dramatic but something else happened as I walked closer and viewed the scene from different angles.
But how does one turn an insipid washed out image into something worth looking at?
How do you respond to what is presented to you?
How do I translate and evoke what appears to hand in such a way to show you it is worth a second look?
|Cahore House Hotel, Cahore Point, Wexford. Roisin Markham|
What do you do? is this approach useful in your work or life?