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Twitter for Artists

I have some time on my Hands or should I say hand? At the moment and I’ve been checking out twitter lately and I’ve changed my mind on it.

I didn’t like it at first. Couldn’t figure out what the big deal was about. But, it gets addictive. It gives you up to date info on what’s happening on what your interested in.

I follow “TWITS” on Cape Ann, Artists and News.

Here’s a list I found on Artists and photographers. Cape Ann Arts Map is listed here among  thousands of others from around the World.


Check it out!

Also here’s my Twitter Address: http://twitter.com/#!/capeannpainter

Follow me and maybe you’ll find an Art Rock this weekend.

I’m Hurt! and somebody’s gotta pay!

I’m Hurt! and somebody’s gotta pay! and it will probably be Joey! Being left off his Twitter list is an insult! How dare you? No “Art, Rocks!” for you! only for someone who follows my twitter account! http://twitter.com/#!/capeannpainter

Follow if you’d like a Free piece of Art! You’ll have to do some leg work to collect it.  but you have to be one of my Twitter followers. Goodluck! Next rock coming very soon.

Art ROCKS! Again?

This post has nothing to do with the Art Haven Auction. I was Bored very early this morning. It’s located at one of favorite places to sit and meditate. When I’m not bothered by Joey who drops by once and awhile. If you want it. It was still there as of 12:30pm Saturday 01/22/2011. Goodluck!

Sundays Art Rock Found!

Sorry, Mr. Morrision your Scientific Theory of the Rock Jumping back into the Sea has been disproved.

Email from the Finder;

“I just wanted to let you know that I found “your” Good Harbor Beach Rock and am just delighted with it.  I follow Good Morning Gloucester daily.  When I saw the rock on the site Sunday morning I just knew I had to have it.  So, my husband and I raced off to Good Harbor Beach because we knew just where it was perched and we believe we had an advantage because of the time change.  What makes this rock even more special to me is that I have worked in the house in which you sketched on the rock for the past 23 years.  Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to have such a special piece of art in my home.  I look forward to finding more of your Art Rocks.  Thank you”

The Finder didn’t give me her name. She’s welcomed to leave a comment if she likes.