Welcome to Creative Crossover: A Glimpse into my Artistic World, where vibrant hues and the tangled tales of a tortured artist intertwine in a symphony of creativity! As I dare to draw back the curtain, I invite you to step into the captivating visual realm of my imagination, where a colorful tapestry of artwork awaits your discerning eye. Explore the pieces born from my original ideas and those inspired by tutorials that have guided my creative journey. Let’s embark on an artistic adventure filled with unique expressions and the joy of discovering new techniques.
With humility and excitement, I extend a warm invitation to explore my art and photography blog’s enchanting creations and lively posts, Xine Segalas Creative Arts. So, take a cozy seat and brace yourself for a whimsical journey where art and imagination dance in harmony. This delightful adventure is bound to leave you inspired, tickled, and yearning for the exquisite beauty that awaits within the vibrant tapestry of Creative Crossover. Let the curtains rise, for the grand spectacle is about to begin!
Time flies when your raising teenagers and its January 2011…a very long since I thought to start blogging. Maybe this time I’ll be more successful. Things have changed – although there is a saying – the more things change, the more they stay the same. True.
Over the course of my life I have amassed a huge number of photos. I’m not talking about family snapshots, although I have a tremendous amount of those as well. The photos of which I am referring to are landscapes, seascapes, cityscapes, snowscapes, fall foliage, action sports photos – you name it and of course the dogs. I have always taking pictures. Over the years I have so many different people tell me I should sell my work. But that’s easier said then done of course.
It wasn’t until recently on a walk to Starbucks that I was finally convinced that I need to figure things out. I had passed an art gallery and in the window was a picture of a scene of wine glasses on a table. It was $1800. Later I saw a picture of buoys – again the composition was something I have done myself and just as good, I thought – that one was going for $4600. Further down on my walk I passed another shop window which had smaller prints of cows and pastures – when I saw those I was convinced it was time to get my ass in gear and try to figure things out.
Recently I discovered Redbubble.com, a website which has allowed me to be able to display and sell my photos. The way the site works seems easy enough, you upload your photos and set your commision – they do all the work.
It’s not about the money, although I suppose if someone was willing to buy any photograph or artwork – that would be the most highest form of flattery. Just having a forum to be able to display and get feedback and share my work with others who share a common interest – feel like a great start. Maybe someday someone will be interested in buying one of my works but until then I will continue to challenge myself to improve and enjoy the peace and pleasure I get from working on my art.