I've also created a Facebook Group/Fan page and connected it to the Etsy shop here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/RachelsWhimsicalArts
And, of course I have my Instagram:
I've had success with one sale, many requests, and over 400 viewers on the Etsy shop. I'm also showing a few of my watercolor mermaid prints & my delicate tea cups. I want to be able to do my art as I enjoy it, and share with others. I hoep to be able to make enough funds to go back into the cost of supplies to be able to make more. This is a way for me to keep being inspired, continue to learn new ways of mixed-media in the arts, and I hope to make enough to put into an art exhibit within the next year.
I am continuing to work towards my art teaching as a substitute teacher within the school district, and have made a few connections within the schools and classes I've taught. I have also worked with an art school arts program through Gabriel's Art Kids in November. Allied Arts of Whatcom county is also going to have their Annual RARE show the weekend of April 3rd & I am planning on joining the list of recycled art workshops to teach a class. All of this adds up to new things yet to come for the new year bursting with creativity & I'm looking forward to all of it!
I hope that friends and family will share the news with others and come to enjoy my art in any way that they can. I just love to share it, teach it, and enjoy the learning process. The more the merrier!