I just found out that one of Maine's finest wildlife painters, Ed Murock, of Greene, died last December. I am disappointed that I never knew him, never saw his work in person, never even knew that several publications had used his art for their covers. I can't even find any photos of his originals on the web. His site offers only prints.
This is a perfect example of the point I was making in an earlier blog: In today's world, an artist must knuckle down and learn the ins and outs of social media, website design, and SEO. It's possible that Ed Murdock was content with things the way they were--but I can't imagine any artist not wishing for as many people as possible to view h