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Sunday, September 25, 2011

My Expose-- Not Good--- poor service---no excuses New Work

Two times in one week this is a record.
The new work in my Women Doing Ordinary Things is:

                                           HOT, HOT , HOT a Reggae Band in the Islands

Just found out that www.myexpose, my former website host -who will not communicate with me, has managed to block my access via yahoo to  my google blog. Over the years that I was with them, they have gotten several customers through their Whisper Program because of my referrals. Well, I do not want to put the cabbash  on anyone but our conversations seemed to have stopped shortly after Tanner left for higher ground, and they failed to shell out the last check that they owed me from the Whisper Program.

They no longer will return phone calls or return e-mails-- kind of over a 10 month period-- did manage to get an e-mail out to me that my bank would not do an auto debit any longer for them..  They did not answer the e-mail that I returned to them- that did not have a new debit number asking that they contact me instead.  How interesting !!

Wonder if they are like Chase Manhattan Bank and all the rest of our business community who are using foreign call centers ?  I guess that they are lucky that I do not have many followers to my blog YET !

Oh yes, I just  remembered -they do have a FACEBOOK page-- wonder if they will answer through their public forum ?

In the meantime-- consider carefully before you use who have raised their prices for less service, one of several reasons that  I wanted to talk to them---OH yes the real kicker- they changed their phone number.
-My bank could not get them either - that is when I found out that Chase's helpful call center was in the Philippines. . Bank regulations in America require a working phone number for a debit.  Apparently, this is not so in the Philippines    Does this  sound more like fraud to you??.stay tuned !!


Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Women Series: The Engagement

                                                                "The Engagement"

I am posting another of the works, on Women Doing Ordinary Things.,  "The Engagement".   

It has been awhile since I have written. I told you that I would not write often.  I do have things to share.

First, I am leaving my website,  I have been represented by them  for a long time. I am grateful and  appreciative of the function that they served for me over the last several years. If you visit that site now it will indicate that it is disabled or suspended. I prefer disabled since i left them.   In the near future, I will be putting up another website that offers more flexibility in range for my endeavors.  In the meantime, I have work on this blog, which I hope that you  will consider following,  and on two other sites, and

Second, I participated in the Plein Air event at the Perry Yacht Club in Kansas. The people were lovely and hospitable and painting water reminded me of home- Michigan! I sold one picture there. It is posted here, too; unfortunately, I did not get reproductions made before I submitted it the Regatta Art Show at the lake.
Waiting to Sail

Last, for now- I have the pleasure of showing with the Light in the Other Room,  a exceptionally talented group of African America  Artists from the greater Kansas City area, who are celebrating their 10th Anniversary in a group show at the Lofts Gallery 2101 Vine in Kansas City in the Vine Street area near the American Jazz Museum. The opening is September 30, 2011 from 5-8 pm.  This event was juried by  Carolyn Cameron, Fiber Artist, James Martin, Curator, Truman Medical Center art collection and Leonard Pryor, President Emeritus, Kansas City Art Institute.  The exhibit and will be sponsored by the Greater Kansas City Links Chapter.  This promises to be a wonderful networking evening with administrative representation from the Nelson and the Kemper Museums who will gather at this show to welcome the new President of the Kansas City Art Institute and of course. to congratulate the TLITOR members. Add this event to your calendar, this kind of gathering only happens on occasion.

The show is curated by Pat Jordan, curator of the Lofts Gallery.