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Friday, March 12, 2010

You Know You Want It

Whoosh!  That's how life feels these days.  That's why I think it's really important to keep in mind the profound statement made by one of the great minds of the 80's.  Of course, I'm referring to none other than Ferris Bueller.  This very wise man once said "Life moves pretty fast.  If you don't stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it."

So what has happened?  As you know, less than 2 weeks ago this blog was started, and on Facebook we launched the group Vespaziani Artworks.  To say the least, the response has been absolutely phenominal.  To date, we have 121 members who belong to the group, and sales for Jennifer's art are brisker than ever.  If there's a particular piece you've got your eye on, I suggest you buy it now because it'll be gone if you wait too long.

One of the interesting things that we've noticed is that people get so attached to Jennifer's art that they've taken to developing stories around her different paintings.  To that end, we recently launched the "Every Picture Tells a Story Challenge" on Facebook.  Anybody can participate and all you have to do is write a story based on on one of Jennifer's pieces of art and post it under the corresponding artwork heading on the Discussions page on Facebook before the deadline on April 11, 2010.  The winner will recieve a much coveted original piece of artwork created by Jennifer.

I'm nearing the end of this semester and homework demands have kicked into high-gear.  Papers to write, presentations to give, the list goes on and on.  Because of that, I'm afraid to tell you, my dear readers, that my postings may be a bit spotty between now and Easter. 

Fear not though my friends, because all is not lost.  Jennifer and I have been working hard on this blog and on the Facebook page, Vespaziani Artworks, to make them even better.  For those of you who don't have a Facebook account, we've added a tab called Artworks where you see some of Jennifer's work. 

In the meantime, we look forward to reading your submissions.

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