highlights from my 16 day art show marathon (Piccolo Spoleto 2012)

Export to PDF | Export to DOCToday is DAY 5 of this 16 day adventure. So far, we’ve only had 5 minutes of rain, tons of shoppers, and enough sales already  to make it worth the trip. If you’re interested in a daily update… LIKE me on Facebook and you’ll hear what’s going on each […]

We made it to Charleston!

Export to PDF | Export to DOCToday marks the opening of the 2012 Piccolo Spoleto Outdoor Art Exhibit So I thought it was appropriate to show a photo of my most recent oil painting called “Society Street”  — a portrait of just one of Charleston’s many beautiful historic homes. If you’re visiting Charleston for either […]

Goodbye, Hydrangeas…

Export to PDF | Export to DOCCharleston here we come! I am not thrilled about leaving my hydrangea behind. It is in full bloom right now, and by the time I return from my time exhibiting at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival, it will probably be spent and faded. There are some other things I’m not […]

A cute little card brightened my day!

Export to PDF | Export to DOCMy friend Bess sent me a card yesterday. Leave it to Bess to have a fun stamp on the envelope too.  Much to my surprise, I opened it up to find one of my old paintings on the front of the card. Which made me smile! (I think this is actually […]

2,500 staples and 3-1/2 days later…

Export to PDF | Export to DOC39 Flower Prints were born! I spent the better part of last week working on stretching a whole new batch of Giclee prints for some upcoming events I’m participating in. It was a marathon of stretching for me, as I assembled 30 small flower prints and 9 large prints. […]

Happy May Day! (a new month = a new calendar)

Export to PDF | Export to DOCThis Dahlia was one of the last flowers of the season in my yard last fall. I just couldn’t resist painting it. To see this painting in person, just visit… Metropolitan Arts Council Gallery • “One-Stop Open Studios Retrospective Exhibit” April 10 – May 14, 2012 16 Augusta St., Greenville, […]