If my world mirrored my imagination, I would have the energy and motivation to paint daily, at least half of my paintings would sell (if not more), I would be represented by what I call “full service galleries” and I would travel around the country with no worries about finances but still somehow keep my… Continue reading Sales & Participation
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
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
Lucky me, I’m having surgery on my neck soon. Over the last five years or so I’ve been having difficulty from pinched nerves and bulging discs and degenerative junk in my neck. I’ve run through all the hoops, large and small, that the insurance company wanted to try before we finally landed at the orthopedic… Continue reading Challenges We Give Ourselves
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.
I received word today that Callie: A Rescue, which was on display at the Stewart Gallery in Gloucester, sold and went home with it’s new owner. Many thanks to the Stewart Gallery for their support of my work.
I am very excited to announce that my painting, The Nest, was accepted into the Stewart Gallery’s “Shade of Green” Exhibition! The show begins the last week of February and there will be a lovely reception on Friday evening, March 1 from 5 until 7 p.m. The Stewart Gallery is located at 6655 Main Street,… Continue reading The Nest Got In!