I've had an Instagram account for several years, set up mainly so I could see photos of the new grandchild. That was before I owned a smartphone, so I was not able to post anything (you can read but not write to Instagram from a computer). And even after I succumbed to the 21st century and upgraded my phone, I never made a post.
|first day's post: Janus (front and back)|
I can't exactly say why I resisted, but on the afternoon of New Year's Day I decided that this year I would not only make Instagram posts, but do it every day. It's not "daily art" in the sense that I usually practice it, because I'm not making anything or following rules. But it is going to be "daily."
|second day's post: from a recent walk|
I realize that I have made an awful lot of art in my lifetime, and much of it I'm even proud to show in public. So I'm going to go through my bazillion photos and find something different to show you every day. Some will be art or photos from the past; some might be new work or even work in progress.
If you do Instagram, I invite you to take a look, at < kathy_in_ky >. Maybe it will even cheer you up through the dark days of winter pandemic.
|third day's post: imaginary maps|
Well, I follow your blog, so I'll be happy to follow you on IG, too!ReplyDelete
I do not have a smart phone just a land line can you give instructions on how to set up an instagram account for reading only. I enjoy your blog.ReplyDelete
Hi Beverly! here's what google told me:Delete
Instagram.com from a computer:
Go to instagram.com.
Click Sign up, enter your email address, create a username and password or click Log in with Facebook to sign up with your Facebook account.
If you register with an email, click Sign up.
then when you're on, find the magnifying glass icon to search for kathy_in_ky and hit "follow"
Thank you for your helpDelete
Can you post a link of your instagram? I'd be happy to follow.ReplyDelete