Alphainventions


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I’ve only been blogging since last October, but I’ve been confronted head-on with a new way of expressing my love of art. I accidentally stumbled across Alphainventions one day when a hit was registered on my Stats page, part of my WordPress.com set-up.

Being curious, I investigated what Alphainventions was all about and this brilliant Blog referrer has been responsible for nearly 90% of my hits. I can’t thank Cheru Jackson and his team enough!

Blogging isn’t just about telling your friends what you think and do, it’s about networking what you have to offer across the world. One needs feedback (comments) as it gives you an insight into how people react to what you’re saying and doing in your artistic endeavours.

If you already have a Blog or intend creating one, then make sure you take advantage of what Aplhainventions has to offer. I still have much to learn, but I’m so glad Alphainventions exists!

Today’s photo is of another window pane that has been “decorated” by the local birdlife.

I won’t be posting again until next Friday as my wife Val, Benson (our dog) and I are off to St. Helens, a lovely seaside town on the East Coast of Tasmania, for some R & R. I hope to get some fresh art ideas while I am there!

Richard

About artkleko

artist, art curator, art teacher, art judge, art critic
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2 Responses to Alphainventions

  1. Hi, good post. I have been wondering about this topic,so thanks for writing. I will probably be coming back to your blog. Keep up the good work

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