The reception at River Arts was a smashing success! Standing room only crowd, and – bonus! – my brother and his partner showed up (from New Jersey) as a surprise!
Here’s a photo of my artist talk:
My brother and his partner are sitting in the front looking very attentive!
I have a solo show coming soon to River Arts in Morrisville, VT. Come to the reception if you can!
Exciting news: I now have suncatchers (images of my art on acrylic panels, ready to hang in a window) at the Vermont Gift Barn and Gallery in South Burlington. If you are up that way, stop by. They make beautiful and unique gifts.
Latest paintings are my village series (“Peacham Dusk,” “Stowe Autumn,” and Worcester Village,” all in “town scenes”). I just finished “Sky and Lake Conversation,” which you can see in “more traditional landscape.” Also, I have several paintings in the Greensboro public library through the summer. It’s a beautiful drive, so go take a look!
I have been selected to be one of the artists whose work is in “The Hive,” a new art and fine crafts store next to the Red Hen in Middlesex. Check it out!
Here I am with my paintings up at The Round Barn in Waitsfield. I have had a (ahem) change in hair color since the last time I was in this show!
I had five paintings up at the Round Barn in Waitsfield, VT for the last foliage season. Here I am with my paintings (the white dots are reflections, not strange art!).
The reception for the artists who had (in my case) or have shows in the Governor’s Gallery this year was April 30th, it was quite spiffy! There were many legislators (drawn, I am sure, but the art and not the free eats!), and the governor made a speech. I felt well-honored. Here I am (center) with the governor (Peter Shumlin). The other two woman in the photo are the women I paint with regularly; the three of us had the Governor’s Gallery show together. They are Anne Unangst (left) and Cindy Griffith (right).
Other fairly new paintings are: “Beginning,” “Ominous”, and “December Walk,” — amazingly, all of these sold almost immediately after I finished them. You can see them in “Sold/Found a Home.” Other new works are “My Neighbor’s Barn” (in “More traditional landscape”), “Maine Meets Bermuda” (in “Flowers, Food and Town Scenes”) and “Snowshoe Trail” (in “Not so Traditional”). Take a look!