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!
We have two cats. Both of them are black. One is tiny, skittish, short-haired and exclusively an indoor kitty. She, in fact, shows almost no interest in the great outdoors other than an occasional visit to the screened porch when the weather is nice. She is allergic to chicken and is a challenge to feed… Continue reading My Cat is Grounded
For some reason I cannot fully explain, I love the look of a black frame on contemporary work. My second favorite is gold. I especially look for a gold frame if it is a contemporary piece with a very traditional feel (like a still life or a portrait with traditional lighting). Because I’m an artist… Continue reading Home Displays of Art
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!
I had a visitor to the studio yesterday for the Second Saturday Open House as part of the Northern Neck Artisan Trail. Turns out Jenny and I had met at the Mid-Atlantic Pastel Society and she has been following me on Facebook. She is also in the yoga class that I started taking this past… Continue reading A Studio Visitor