Yesterday was full of nice news. First I was pleased to hear that Morgan Stanley, the global financial services firm, purchased one of my images as a large 30 x 45” print for permanent display in one of their NYC conference rooms.
The print, Lower Fox Creek School and Stars selected is one of my favorites from the tallgrass prairie in the Kansas Flint Hills.
Then I received a really nice note (and bottle of ice wine) from an international client who was fretting over an issue he had when placing an order for one of my fine art prints. I’ve always believed in treating people as I would want to be treated. The international client appreciated how I dealt with the problem. His kind and heartfelt words reminded me of my late father, a small retail business owner, who would have been proud of my handling of the situation and especially the response I received.