Thursday, October 9, 2014
Dear Art-loving friend,
Oh, will wonders never cease! I spent the night sending out my art newsletter and have now verified that the problem was not with my new Internet service provider (although slower and spottier than I had before), it is because my new Web site hosting company puts a limit of 250 e-mails sent per day! Boy, I never thought to ask about that in this age when I asked about all the other things I wanted to know. I assumed so completely that a business site would have no limitations on e-mail that it just never occurred to me to ask about that!
Allora, if you are not one of the first 250 names on my subscription list (different from Blogger subscriptions), then you will not yet have received your copy of my newsletter. Sadly, you may not receive it for days, depending on whether or not I can find a way around this limitation. [Also, I cannot send any other e-mails from that address until the ban gets lifted.]
So, if you are like me and impatient, read the online version here. It is prettier anyway, since I include images. As always, I appreciate your feedback and support of my art career. I will be posting more informal images from the symposium in Bulgaria on my Facebook page, so that my colleagues and you may enjoy. Although, I was told that I missed a lot of the fun that others had because I seemed only interested in my work. Perhaps, but I love to sculpt and prefer my fun time as a small break to my art-making time.
Without further ado, here she is, Bulgaria:
Thank you for your interest and enthusiasm,
~ Kelly Borsheim, sculptor, painter, writer, teacher