Because of all the spam email I would get, I don't post an email here. Rather, if you are a real person, you won't mind filling in a few boxes in order for me to get back to you.
Thanks for visiting!
On that note, you probably won't find a page like this on the spammy sites that seem to crop up all over. Here however, there is a real person behind the keyboard, somebody that cares about your art and painting experience. Help me help others by liking the pages of special interest to you. Pass the website address on to your friends. "Pay it forward!"
Alot of folks on the web would capture your email. I don't do this. If you want me to send you my e-zine, you'll have to fill out a different form. It's located over to your right at the top of the column for the E-zine, "Easy Oils Blast".
Below is my contact form. This form just re-routes an email to me of your question or comments.
Yes, I do answer my emails! Usually the same day. This email is forwarded directly to my daily inbox. So I gotta see it.
Looking for a link exchange? That form is located here:
This has grown to be a big site! And there are things here you may not understand, especially in terms of advertising.
Why do I see double underlined links (sometimes they are dotted underlines too)?
Those pesky little double lined words sprinkled throughout the site. Well, I shouldn't call them pesky, as they really are a service, unless you read with your mouse, then the ad will pop up when your getting to the juicy parts!
The program automatically selects keywords that folks like to advertise with, and if you get bored with the content you're reading, you may find something else of interest.
I use the double underline green thing so that you understand it's an ad rather than a direct link to something else on the site.
These links are part of a pay per click advertising program called Infolinks. Infolinks uses the IN TEXT method of advertising: they take my text and create links within it. If you hover your mouse over these double underline links, you will see a small dialog box containing advertisement related to the text marked. You can choose to either move the mouse away and go on with your browsing, or to press on the box and go to the ad which is relevant to our text. To learn more about Double Underline Link Ads visit infolinks.com
Also the usual disclaimers are found here!
My legal guy says this prevents folks from trying to extort money from me because their hair catches on fire while reading my website. (Which would make a great You tube video, as crazy as some folks are getting for attention these days!)
I also have an expanded talk about my painting method and guarantee.
And that about wraps up the admin part of the site.