We are early into the year 2003 and an update to both the Uncommon
Biyo and website was far overdue. First, there came an edit of
the above relative to the new website launch this year, and second,
and most important, the re-launch was due to a serious lack of
focus on the silkscreen artwork. Since BiyoArt was my first website,
it had led to a bad case of feature creep and hence a very convoluted
thing of a heap of stuff. The volume of original prints on the
site should have been much greater than is currently offered.
Once that had been achieved, the real focus was suppose to have
gone to the marketing, advertising and sale of those prints.
There have also only been a couple of Art Shows that have accepted
my form of Digital Artwork this past year. The first was in Bonita
Springs, Florida and the second in Wickford, Rhode Island. Both
highly rated shows (ranked number 30 and 17 respectively for fine
arts), with only the Wickford show a repeat for this year. Applications
are still being sent far and wide.
Also, for the month of February twenty pieces of artwork of
various sizes are on display at the Nashua, NH Starbucks. Apparently
an e-mail message had been sent to the local newspapers informing
them that their readers might be interested in the Starbucks program
for monthly artist exhibits. A sign goes up tomorrow for a 'Meet
the Artist' on Fridays from 11am to 1pm for the month of February
to work the face time with the artwork.
These are much more better steps in the right direction for people
to get familiar with this form of artwork and have the need to
So, upward and onward to the next phase
It's been real
We'll have to do it again real soon.
Talk at ya.