I don’t normally make a list of New Year’s Goals, but I have seen how making goals (i.e. a To-Do List) does seem to help me stay on track and I accomplish more with a list then I do without one. I should also probably pull together a vision board as a visually oriented person,… Continue reading 2020 Hopes and Goals
Most folks know I will be in a 2-artist show at the Stewart Gallery in Gloucester, VA opening on May 1, 2020. I have posted, so far, all of my paintings as they have been completed and in many cases included progress shots. But, after thinking about this and talking to other artists, I realized… Continue reading Building Suspense: Motivation to See it in Person
I am just back from the 3rd Annual Figurative Arts Conference & Expo (FACE) which was held November 10 – 13, 2019 in Williamsburg, VA. It was a wonderful experience and I will talk further about the various lectures and demonstrations I attended, terrific artists I met, and the phenomenal vender store and all the… Continue reading Small Favors
I was invited Thursday to participate in a two-person show at the Stewart Gallery in Gloucester, VA in May! I am deeply honored and very excited and scared to death all at the same time. The theme will be Colonial Williamsburg. My partner in this event will be announced at a future date, but if… Continue reading Stewart Gallery in May!
Terribly excited to learn this morning that my painting, Beach Passage, was accepted into the 7th Annual Art Speaks Juried Exhibition at the Bay School Community Arts Center! This is a prestigious national show and I’ve entered several times previously but this is my first acceptance. Thank you so much to Janly Jaggard for giving… Continue reading 7th Annual Art Speaks Juried Exhibition
In mid February I started taking a beginner’s watercolor class with Doug Mock at RAL Art Center in Kilmarnock, VA. I also started attending a yoga class twice a week at Abilities Abound in Callao, VA. Since this is mainly a blog about my art, you would think yoga has no place in this, but… Continue reading New Challenges