It’s GOOD to be busy.
It is good to be busy. Finally, finally, things are moving in the direction I’ve been wanting for so long. My roommate has asked me to help him with some of his contractual paperwork. I don’t think anybody really cares to mess with that stuff. But, you know, teaching and education in general require lots of paperwork. That means I’ve got enough experience to not run a hide from doing it. Of course, I found lots of spelling and grammatical errors to be corrected.
On that same note, I’ve had to deal with my own contractual paperwork for Miami Art Exchange. I’m not selling artists works and need that. I’ve also been contacted so many times this year about art appraisals that it’s time for me to offer that service. I’m also offering secondary market works. Secondary market works are those that are not being bought from the artist but from a private individual. So, you own some art you want to sell. That’s where I come in.
That’s the new me. That’s the me that has been hesitant to pursue certain things but, again, with my roommates technical assistance, previous barriers have been removed. If he weren’t straight I’d kiss him on the lips. ;-))