While we often wait until the New Year to start something new, I'm getting a head start!
First, after more than 10 years with Blogger (aka Blogspot), I've decided to switch. This new blog page, which you are now reading, will be embedded with my website, making it easier to for me access and update and for you to read. Until (if ever) Google decides to delete my Blogger account, my previous blog posts will still be there to read should anyone want to. And there's a lot there to read...I created 330 posts over the 10-year span with Blogger!
Also, as you may know, on Valentine's Day 2015, David and I opened Wildflower Art Gallery in Wimberley, Texas. (You can read the story of how it came to be at this Blogger link from February 2015.) For 10 months the gallery was located in a quaint little green cottage in Wimberley's Olde Towne Plaza. In early December, another space in the same complex came available and we just couldn't pass up the opportunity to relocate. While the building has about the same floor space, it has much better lighting and a higher ceiling which means taller walls. Plus it's right at the entrance into Olde Towne Plaza, giving us better visibility and making it easier to find. I've created a photo album here to give you a sense of where we've move and what the new gallery looks like. Both David and I are pleased with the new space and excited about how well it shows off my wildflower art as well as the Raku by Kathy Rigdon and jewelry by Holly Singer Glenn and Lynette Clauser. We look forward to welcoming visitors to our new gallery in Wimberley!