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Watercolor Magic has a blog too, now!

I passed along a note I received the other day from someone who had lost her husband; my article on painting through pain had helped her to deal with it and she'd begun painting him as a tribute or memorial; she'd found it helped lift her depression.  I was so touched to hear that even after a few years people were finding the original article meaningful that I passed her note along to my editors at Watercolor Magic.

One of them, Sarah Strickley, the managing editor, responded with a note saying if my ears had been burning, this was why--Watercolor Magic has a blog!   They'd blogged about my article: http://www.watercolormagic.com/blog/default,date,2007-10-15.aspx 

Lots of other interesting stuff there...the blog's been in existence for almost three months now, and there is already a lot of good material there, including links and comments.  I've bookmarked the site, and I think you'd enjoy it too!  http://www.watercolormagic.com/blog/

Meanwhile, as you may know, F & W Publications now owns the Wet Canvas artist's resource at http://wetcanvas.com .  I've FINALLY managed to join (no idea why it wasn't working, but with a live human helping, I'm on board!), and hope to be a bit active there.  Talk about a great resource for artists!

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(Anonymous)

article on painting through pain

Hello Kate,
I would be very interested in reading your article on painting through pain. Is it still online somewhere? Could you please contact me at inselfan54@yahoo.fr (I am part of the EDM group)
Greetings from France
Meinhild
http://meinhild.wordpress.com

Re: article on painting through pain

Hi Meinhild--yes, I uploaded it here, yesterday--you should be able to find it. Thanks for your interest!