Yeah, I just have this one palette knife. I like how it feels. I get frustrated because I lose it a lot in the studio and I can’t do anything without it. If I’ve lost it, I can’t paint because I need to mix up colors. I hate that! Then I hate the palette knife! [laughs] But then I find it and I love it again. [laughs]
I am so pleased to announce that my husband, Terry Dyke, will be taking over the organizational aspects of our web design and development business, Pixel Wranglers: http://pixelwranglers.com/ and my design business, Marilyn Fenn Design: http://marilynfenndesign.com/. Terry will be taking over the responsibilities for scheduling, specs, contracts, and billing because, frankly, he is better at all that than I am, AND it will free me up to focus on the design aspects of any web design, graphic design and illustration projects (and allow me to spend more time painting!).
I'm pleased to announce that the encaustic group I belong to, Texas Wax, has just unveiled their new website and blog -- designed jointly by artist and web guru extraordinaire Haley Nagy and yours truly. Please feel free to check it out while we continue getting our artists added to the site.
...well, at least, according to my husband, who is more of a lumper than a splitter. I'm constitutionally more of a splitter in my lifelong vain attempt to get organized. I have, however, discovered great wisdom in this man I married, including how much easier life is when you lump rather than split.