Welcome to new subscribers. Some have found me thru my Etsy Shop. Just would like to remind everyone that I belong to several POD's (Print On Demand) and when you order
from my Etsy shop I then place your order through one of my PODs. They are listed at the bottom of my newsletters and you can order directly from any of them. All of my images are on Pixels (Fine Art America) www.karenzukrosenblatt.com. They are available on wall art, home decor, apparel, etc. They do not offer original art but there is a link to contact the artist for info. My originals can be found in my Etsy Shop etsy.com/shop/karenzukrosenblatt. There is currently a 25% sale on originals with free shipping.
I opened my shop at the beginning of the Covid Pandemic and it has grown substantially. It is a great
Marketplace for buyers and sellers.
Speaking about buying and selling. someone said to me recently "You are so talented. I can't believe you're not famous". My artist friends know the answer. Talent is the least of it. Marketing and promoting are key. If you are following me on Facebook or are a friend on my
personal profile you can see what this entails. Hopefully, you don't get too many notices when I share my posts. If you do then you can always opt out. My page is ArtByZuk. I intended to
post new work and some of my sales notices only on my page but so far I have been posting in both places since not all of you are followers. Then there is Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. I gave up on LinkedIn and am not interested in TikTok or YouTube.
I do miss the indoor and outdoor art shows and the Art
Leagues that have now closed. Most of my efforts are online now and I belong to several PODs and licensing companies. As you can imagine, this keeps me pretty busy. In addition, I need to make time for painting and photo editing. I was taken with a quote I saw during the last Roland Garros Tennis Tournament. It appears across the top on a backdrop and says "Victory Belongs To The Most Tenacious". This is so true and applies to any endeavor to be successful.
Recently on a trip to the Doctor for my husband I came across a beautiful spot of nature while I was parking the car. This is what I posted in the description "While walking along the stream I followed the Iguana until I could capture the right pose. I stayed out of sight behind parked cars. He finally turned his head toward me and I took the
shot. While following him, I saw the beautiful White Ibis and took some shots. I managed to edit out the cars in the way and put these beautiful creatures together. Iggy and Ibis. A Florida delight." Clicking on any image will take you to see the purchasing options and products available.