I delivered my paintings for the Colonial Williamsburg People and Places show at the Stewart Gallery today. I hung around long enough to take a couple of photos as the gals there were deciding where and how to hang them all. Can’t wait until Friday evening to see the whole show. Bob Carlson has some amazing… Continue reading Paintings Going Up In the Gallery
tidbit noun | \ ˈtid-ˌbit \variants: or less commonly titbit \ ˈtit-ˌbit \ Definition of tidbit 1: a choice morsel of food 2: a choice or pleasing bit (as of information) This is the definition from the Merriam-Webster on-line dictionary. And while this isn’t “food” per se, it is a pleasing peek of the paintings just finished that I haven’t posted yet. The first is from… Continue reading A tidbit…
I visited my local Farmer’s Market a couple of weeks ago and ran into a number of folks who follow me on this blog, on Facebook, or Instagram and have been excited to see the Colonial Williamsburg Series continuing. I was gifted with a lot of positive feedback but one comment was repeated by a… Continue reading Fast or Slow: It’s Relative
I got a bit off track with posting, but the painting continues in the Williamsburg series. So, in a nutshell, here are the progress shots (I didn’t take one every single day, but you can get the idea of the steps here: The photo I took from some distance away using a long lens of… Continue reading One Veteran to Another
Finished. This one will be exhibited in the Labor Day Show at the RAL Art Center August 28 – September 30th. Hoping for a quick sale. It is 16X20″. I did invest in a nice gold frame for this one.
I’ve been very neglectful of my poor blog readers. I apologize. I’m still recovering from my neck surgery and that is going well. But I’ve developed some sort of rash (shingles I think?) on my left side which has made my life pretty miserable. It is finally fading and I have hope that I may… Continue reading Stuff in the background
I’m deeply honored and humbled to have been awarded The People’s Choice Award from the “Shades of Green” Exhibit at the Stewart Gallery on Main Street in Gloucester. Thank you to all who voted! The Nest is still available for sale. Just send me a message or leave a comment.