Just wondering how one enjoys a post on Two Coats of Paint? My show is up at Elizabeth Harris (April 20-June 3) and I am scratching my head about getting the word out. With time I’ll get a handle on it, but am currently scrambling to fill the gaps in promotion.
To: Julian Hatton
From Sharon Butler at Two Coats of Paint
Congratulations on your show–images at the EH website look wonderful. I loved receiving this email–I think maybe you meant to send it to Brett Baker at Painter’s Table…?
Publisher, Two Coats of Paint
PS Perhaps I could publish your email with some images of your work?
To: Sharon Butler
From: Julian Hatton
You are so right. Yes, meant to send to Painters Table, Brett’s website. But love your sight as well, and how serendipitous to read about another NYSS alumnus Todd Bienvenu.
Hmmm..regarding publishing that email, well, if it suits your program, sure. If it comes back to bite me, I’ll deal with it. It’s always a bit nerve wracking having one’s work up and on display. Would appreciate meeting you at the gallery and talking about the paintings. I’m around, so just LMK.
Thank you Sharon!
To: Julian Hatton
From Sharon Butler
Thanks for stopping by DUMBO Open Studios last week. I had forgotten about publishing our email exchange–glad your visit jogged my memory. I’m looking forward to seeing the show.
PS What else did you see at DOS? I got out on Sunday and thought it was an excellent event–a slew of accomplished artists participated this year, right?
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