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Welcome! New Website and Integrated Blog

Welcome ! this is part cross post for those arriving from my old blog domain. Thank you for coming over to the new blog. If you follow this blog via email,  or wish to, please use the sign up in the sidebar. New blog posts will now be published from this domain.

If you are new to my site, or returning visitor, thanks for visiting my new website. It’s hard to believe that my last website redesign was over 10 years ago. In those days we were weren’t even thinking about mobile responsive designs for the devices we are using today.  However, I can finally say with the help of my web designer, I now have a new mobile friendly website. My blog is integrated into the website now, so no more separate sites! With the change comes some new links and I hope many of my blog followers (this means you!) will come hither!

My new domain address is http://www.jenniferprattartist.com. However, I will continue to redirect my old domain http://www.jennpratt.com indefinitely.

My new blog link is located at : http://www.jenniferprattartist.com/blog/ While I was able to import my old blog posts, I am unable, or haven’t figured out a way to import subscribers from my old blog.  If you wish to follow my blog via email, I will politely ask you to subscribe from the link in the sidebar.

Harriet!

Harriet by Harborside

My latest endeavor is making changes in my daily routine. I am making great efforts to branch out and meet more people here. It’s hard to believe we’ve been here in Oregon for almost 2 years already! It’s hit me lately that after 2 years, I still have just a small community of friends and artist colleagues here that I connect and network with. I’ve put aside time over the last month to get out there and make my world here bigger and better. This pulls me away from the solitary painting time in the studio, but in the end I am hoping will make Portland a little more home when I do retreat there.

Time outside the studio is already proving to be well spent because I finally made a ‘horse friend’ 🙂 and did my first photo shoot here.  My models were some lovely warmbloods from a breeder in Yamhill.  Hurrah!! I finally have some new material and models to paint from!

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Two year old warmblood Filly

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