…at the end of the tunnel! Finally, I am completing work on the last of my actual commitments. I am strongly sensing the need for a change. Not only creatively speaking but a total lifestyle “makeover!” I am ready for it too.

You may remember this photo I posted last February. I had barely started on a new project seen here on the drawing board. In the months to follow there would be many challenges (work related) ahead. A really great program was the result but I confess, there were times throughout the year that I considered throwing in the art licensing towel.

I’m not at liberty to reveal the new line just yet but look forward to sharing the interesting details surrounding this art group. Product will be delivering soon and I can then share images and availability. An artist’s personality may not always be suited for business, which is the conclusion that I’ve come to accept for myself.  However, I’m grateful to have recently started working with the first member of a new team. Yeah, the Cavalry has arrived!


17 thoughts on “Light…

  1. You mean “the CavaLry, right?
    Can’t wait to see you new line!! Looks like a little Dutch girl!
    I was a little Dutch girl once ~ a native born in the Netherlands!!
    Have a wonderful week!

    1. Wow! You were! Very interesting and you will love this little girl. I can’t wait to fully introduce this historically based commemorative line. Bummer, did I misspell again, even with spell check? Drat! Thank you Elly.

  2. Janet, I love, love your art. I love the style of your art. It is so endearing and pleasing to the eye. You will succeed in what ever you do (you already have). I’ve been missing seeing your work so I look forward to seeing your new projects. Have a blessed week.

      1. I’d be first in line for one of your classes, you know that! Lifestyle change is good, energizing, and empowering. My summer proved to be a testament to that–and I think timing had to do with it more than anything else. The next thing on my list is putting down my mouse and picking up a brush!

      2. Ooooh, I like the sound of that Jodi. “Putting down the mouse and picking up the brush.” Working in the art licensing industry is forcing me to do the opposite since I am a small operation. Necessary in today’s world of technology but not ideal necessarily, to creativity.

      3. We’re on opposite ends of the spectrum I think–you, wanting to do more on the computer but your brush keeps you too busy and me with my computer work that keeps me from doing any fine art. I’m trying to figure out what has to happen to get somewhere in the middle without giving up one for the other.

      4. Hi Jodi – No, not quite opposite ends. You would be surprised how much I am now doing (expected to in order to stay competitive) on the computer. Although I enjoy the tools of photoshop, a lot, this has kept me from the hand work much more than I like. Yes, somewhere in the middle and an extra 24 hours in each day! 🙂

  3. Janet, hi! Thanks for visiting today! Like you, I’ve been sooo busy! I’ll have to check your blog and catch up. Because you’re on Typepad, thumbnail pics don’t show up in my Blogger favorites list so I don’t know when you have posted new things.
    I’ll have to check in more often!
    Hugs, Diane

  4. When will this line come to market? I want t be sure to get in on it while it’s brand new! Is it just fabric or other items too!
    Keep up the great work!!

    1. Hi Again Elly – This line will present at fall quilt market, the end of October. Dinnerware will also be available, this fall. I’ll post an announcement to keep you posted.

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