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What’s Going Down in Terry-Town?

Happy Monday evening! (are Monday’s ever associated with the word ‘happy’?)

I just wanted to let you guys know what has been going on in my little art universe!

I will be entering some some artwork into the “Expressions of Local Art Contest and Exhibition”, which is being presented by Going Local NC, a new gallery located in downtown Wilmington, NC. The actual presentation itself is on Oct 28th, and this will be my first

ever juried exhibition. I am a bit nervous, but I know this is another branch of growth for me as an artist.  My next step – and this is a huge one for me – I will joining Leslie Saeta’s “30 in 30″ challenge in September. I will be attempting to complete 30 small or mini-paintings in 30 days. For someone who works outside the studio, it will be quite a challenge! As for Leslie Saeta, I fell in absolute love with her podcast, “Artists Helping Artists” many months ago, and quite frankly, have learned a lot from her, as well as the guest artists on her show. If you have not heard of this podcast, look it up – it is a wonderful resource and recommended listen for all artists! Many nights working in the studio, her podcast is usually playing in the background as I work.

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Artwork at Going Local NC


I am also excited to say that I will be joining ‘The Feast of Pirates’ in downtown Wilmington on Oct 8th and 9th! Once again, being that I have never set up a booth or tent to sell my art in, it will be a nerve-wracking first! Any advice you guys have would be wonderfully appreciated 🙂 If you are interested in checking out this fun event, here’s a link with all the  information.

As for where you can currently find my artwork, I now have a few select artworks in Going Local NC in Wilmington, as well as at Seaglass Salvage Market in Leland, NC. I also have an Etsy shop, Terry Ganey Art.

Alright guys, wish me luck with all these adventures, and I will share the Terry-Tales as they all unfold!

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