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Gail Daley is a writer and self-taught artist with a background in business. An omnivorous reader, she was inspired by her son, also a writer, to finish some of the incomplete novels she had begun over the years. She is heavily involved in local art groups and fills her time reading, writing, painting in acrylics, and spending time with her husband of 40 plus years. Currently her family is owned by two cats, a mischievous kitten called Mab (after the fairy queen of air and darkness) and a mellow Gray Princess named Moonstone. In the past, the family shared their home with many dogs, cats and a Guinea Pig, all of whom have passed over the rainbow bridge. A recent bout with breast cancer and stomach surgery have slowed her down a little, but she continues to write and paint.
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Now that you have discovered the ease of internet publicity, internet sales, and computer record keeping, it is time to discuss some of the pitfalls of being a member of the Internet generation. The world wide web is the wild west and your neighborhood sheriffs are rare, so you need to do what first generation settlers did: learn to protect yourself and your computer from the bad guys.

The holiday shopping season is about to pounce on us, and with it, a rash of computer malware and virus… Continue

Posted on November 7, 2014 at 8:59am

FRAMING ON A BUDGET: PART 4 Repairing A Plaster Frame

As I stated earlier, I don’t recommend re-fitting ornate Plaster Of Paris frames. However, if it means the difference between repairing an existing frame you are already using and purchasing a new one there is a way to fix chipped or broken edges. First, I want you to notice that on most plaster frames such as this one shown in the photo, there is a repeating pattern on the…


Posted on June 10, 2014 at 2:30pm

REFURBISHING A USED FRAME - Framing On A Budget part 3

Refinishing Frames The first thing you are going to need is an outdoor workspace. Refinishing frames is messy, and the materials used need good ventilation. You may also want to invest in a folding table that can be put up when not in use.


To repair a wooden frame you will need, shop rags, a box knife, painters tape,…


Posted on June 5, 2014 at 2:30pm

HOW TO CHOOSE A GOOD USED FRAME - Framing On A Budget Part 2

Another way to frame inexpensively is by restoring used frames. Where can you find used frames? A good source for used frames is flea markets, second hand stores and yard sales.

Choosing A Good Used Frame is not as difficult as you may think. Take your tape measure with you because frames and framed art found here may or may not meet the usual size…


Posted on May 30, 2014 at 2:00pm


Framing fine art can enhance the overall appeal of a piece of artwork; unfortunately, if you don't frame your art wisely it can ultimately ruin the paintings appeal altogether.   We all want our art to look its best, so artists inexperienced in the art of framing usually begin by using a commercial framer. A commercial framer will give you a nice, professional looking frame for your art. They will also give you sticker shock when quoting the price. Depending on the size of the frame…


Posted on May 17, 2014 at 2:29pm

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At 12:38pm on April 8, 2014, Julian Ramos said…


come participate

At 12:52pm on April 10, 2013, RA Swart said…

Thank you for the information Gail. I will email the requested packet asap. Cheers

At 1:34pm on June 17, 2012, The Art Stand Gallery said…

The Art Stand Gallery is seeking new members. Would you or do you know others who might be interested? Please check out this blog. Thanks. --t. 

At 1:51pm on November 21, 2011, Sarah said…

Hey Gail enjoyed your pic"s !

At 12:51pm on May 21, 2011, Anita Stoll said…
Thank you Gail.
At 10:19pm on November 25, 2010, ChoLin Park said…
Thanks for the gallery information. I love your work!
At 3:12pm on January 19, 2009, Melanie Fountain said…
Thank you for your insight. I value your opinion.
Have a great day!!
At 3:01pm on January 19, 2009, Melanie Fountain said…
Thanks for the info Gail!!
I like your stuff too. I was thinking about joining the King River Art and noticed you were a member. Do you find them to be a good organization?
At 12:38pm on January 19, 2009, Melanie Fountain said…
Saw your site, it's great! Have a question for you. Where do you get the scans done of your pieces for the prints? I haven't been able to locate anyone in the area.
At 7:53am on September 11, 2008, Gail Daley said…
I hope we can look forward to seeing you at some of the exhibitions.

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