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My Art Belongs to Daddy

My Art Belongs to Daddy

When your daughter tells you she wants to be an artist, it worries even the most optimistic parents.  It's a long hard road of challenging obstacles.  Will her career be stable? Will she ever leave our house? How will she get a dental plan? What does her future look like?  Don't even get me started about the physical labor associated with helping her hang an outdoor art show, ship paintings, erect a trade show booth, build frames or stretch canvases. In addition, parents also have the daily jo...

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Operation Freedom

Operation Freedom

My work life officially changed on June 15, 2004. That was the day I left Corporate America and of course, (gulp!) a steady paycheck to pursue a career as a fine artist. I call this big change Operation Freedom. I bid adieu to my 9 to 5 life with a raucous office party with my co-workers and never looked back. Seven years later, I am a working artist, living my dream in New York City. How did I get here? It all started with telecommunications. Not a likely choice for an aspiring artist, but I w...

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The FAQ of Laura Loving

The FAQ of Laura Loving

After 15 years of art shows, I have a nice collection of questions I hear on a regular basis. Enjoy these and feel free to add your own in the comments section and I’ll get back to you. 1. Is Laura Loving your real name? Yes. This is definitively the question I am most frequently asked. My parents are Ed and Wanda Loving and that makes me Laura Loving. I love my name! 2. Where are you from? I am from Atlanta, GA. New York may be my new hometown, but Georgia is my state of mind. Since I moved ...

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