I have not had a lot of time to work on new pieces with this hectic show schedule I have made for myself. I have really enjoyed getting to meet so many new people and get my art out to different venues. But it has definitely been tiring. I do have a new little buddy to debuteContinue reading “Elgin the Elephant”
Hey everyone, I have another show this Saturday! This is a big art show that has been put on every spring for many years now. So there will be plenty to look at. It is “Spring Daze” at Fred G. Bond Metro Park, Cary NC 9am-5pm So again if you are in NC and looking forContinue reading “Show this Weekend!”
Well the show in Raleigh went great! Last year we had multiple tornadoes with which to contend. This year we just had a quick sprinkle which sparked a mad dash to get everything under the tent. Luckily it only lasted about 5 minutes so everything got to go right back out. But the nice weather really just served asContinue reading “Great Show!!”
Here is my latest animal added to the collection; done with collage, gesso, watercolor, charcoal, acrylic and pencil.
First Show Of the Season!!!! Hello all-I just wanted to let everyone in the NC area know that my first show of the season is this weekend in Raleigh. So if anyone is looking for something to do on Saturday come on out and see me. It’s a garden and art show at private homeContinue reading “First Show of the Season”
This is “My Cheese!” it is done with gesso, collage, watercolor and pencil. It is 7″x5″ framed in a black frame with white matting.
I have been doing quite a bit of drawing lately. My pencil has taken the brunt of the physical activity. It’s been a good pencil-the first I have really ever drawn with and been happy with the result. So here is my homage to “the pencil”-may his shortness show his worth:)
This is “My Cherry!” done with collage, gesso, watercolor and pencil. He is 5″x7″ and framed in a black frame with white matting.
Here is little scholarly Kiwi. He is 10×8″ done with collage, gesso, watercolor, acrylic and charcoal.
This is Walt the Walrus. He is 18×12″ done with collage, gesso, watercolor, charcoal and acrylic.