It's been a very long time since I posted anything on this blog. I've
been battle my health still and when I'm not doing that I've been
working on private art projects for friends of mine. I finally got done
with them and now I'm working on getting ready for a spring show and I'm
working on my website. I'm learning more CSS codes. I added a drop down
menu to my website and I'm working on a mobile version of it. I was
going to move the site back to Weebly, but Weebly's been having a lot of
bugs and whenever I make changes to the code it is fine for awhile, then
the website goes black. So I'm finding it's not going to be worth it.
So I'm working on moving my portfolio and email back to my main website.
My blog will be moved here to blogger. This will not effect
hollydurrart.com, because I'm just changing where the links will be
This Summer I hope to get the help I need to get my
health back on track. I've bee…
I decided I would redesign "feel the spirit". I wanted to change the background some. I kept the idea of a Native American mermaid in a canoe. I love water and trees. I grew up in a log house in the woods and we owned river front property, so I got to swim and play at the river a lot. I guess this is why I love drawing mermaids.
It's really been raining a lot this past week and flooding here in WV. My husband has had pneumonia for the past month and has been home with me and the kids. I've been busy taking care of him and dealing with car issues. I've had two transmission put in my Subaru in the last month and now this second one is slipping and coming out as well. Thank God I got it done at the Subaru garage and I have a one year warranty. They wanted to argue and say it was the axles binding, but then a different mechanic test drove it and confirmed what we knew. So we are waiting on a third transmission. Hopefully it will be fixed this time around.
Last month me and my family started working on my art studio. We put in a sliding glass door and put in a subfloor. We are going to add bigger windows next. There is a lot to do, but finding time is the hard part. I'm really hoping it will be completed by winter, but it's hard to say when it will be, because my husband's work schedule.