Thursday, October 1, 2009

"White Carnations" --- Sold

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I recently signed up "Facebook" and "Twitter". Be honest to you, I know nothing about them. I know many of you are experts of the social network thingys, so I need help from you. Could someone tell me how to synchronize blog, facebook, and twitter together? I googled, but have not found much help. Someone said using "Notes", well I don't see it on my facebook pages. I googled more and learned "Notes" is a type of "Application". Well I don't see any tab or link of "Applications" on mine. I googled for "facebook tutorials" and got tons of sites and videos, but their facebook seems different from mine. I finally learned there are something called the "NEW" facebook, and I haven't seen much help on the newface yet. ...... I looked at my watch, I gave up. I painted some flowers. Time was much better spent.

7 comments:

LT said...

Your painting is lovely as usual. I love the way you paint white flowers!!!!! time is definitely better spent painting than on facebook!

Kim Carlton said...

Qiang, such lovely carnations! You should be painting, I agree. Put an ad in the UT paper and hire a college kid to pull it together for you. They know this stuff! Maybe pay him to maintain it month-to-month. He could be your apprentice!

Nora Mackin said...

This is stunning. Such simplicity in this painting and the whites are to die for. Sorry no help here with facebook.

Carol Schiff Studio said...

Qiang, Nobody over the age of 25 really stays up with all this stuff.....and if they do, they are not artists! Continue painting, do not worry about extending your internet presence. I have found that I see the same people on facebook that I used to see on my blog. Your fans will find you. I am signed up for your workshop in Melbourne, FL next year, cannot wait!

Sandeep Khedkar said...

This painting absolutely glows!

Karen's blog said...

All of your flowers are painted with such sensitivity. I would buy them all if I could. You manage to get the essence of the flower and describe it in very few strokes. The sign of a master.

Jala Pfaff said...

This is gorgeous. Much, much better time spent than on the internet. :)

P.S. I tried Facebook for a while and decided it was a big waste of time for me. I also decided not to even begin Twitter for the same reason. But I do love blogging. :)