I’m still working on the next painting in my roadway series. I don’t know at what point I realized I had a theme going, but there it is… So here is the reference photo. I took this photo a few years ago on my phone while taking a short cut from one main road to… Continue reading Working through a painting
Last year I did not get out much, at least not much with a paintbrush in hand and I aim to remedy that this year. I think there were just too many rainy days and it got a bit dull painting fog and rain week after week. Hoping for some more sun this year but… Continue reading Plein Air Season Starting Soon
Finished this little painting today. I think him rather cute.
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!
Not only am I teaching classes coming up soon (Felted Faces Saturday after next and Drawing 102 starting in March), I’m also taking classes. Last Friday I started a Chair Yoga class and today I attended a regular floor yoga class. I am amazed at how flexible I am in some ways and how flexible… Continue reading Classes!
When My husband gets an idea in his head, it can be very hard to dislodge it. This morning he had the opportunity to look at the Indigo Bunting painting on line and immediately called me over to say in his usually blunt way, “Why would you do this? It looks like crap!” Well, he… Continue reading Bunting the Bunting