You can find me in Booth #2 in the town green at this annual fall art festival located in the beautiful town of Woodstock, Vermont.
I’m excited to be returning to this beloved show after missing out last year due to the Covid pandemic. It’s a lovely outdoor event with plenty of green space to relax while you enjoy the art, music and delicious local food.
I’ll have a selection of new original watercolor art, a variety of limited edition giclée prints and boxed sets of greeting cards available.
I’m thrilled to announce my painting of a white-breasted nuthatch titled, “Upwardly Mobile” has been juried into this regional watercolor exhibition. It was a very competitive selection process, with only 66 out of 379 paintings accepted to the show. In an earlier post this year, I talked about the creation of this painting and the difficulties I had with it. I’m so glad I didn’t give up on it because receiving the acceptance notice is one of the best things to happen to me in recent weeks! This exhibit is one of several juried events sponsored by the New England Watercolor Society and counts towards upgrading my member status… one of the goals in my “5 year plan”.
Title: “Upwardly Mobile”, original watercolor, 8″h x 18″w, Available
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Tagged art exhibit, art show, bird art, New England watercolor society, NH Artist, realistic art, songbirds, watercolor, watercolor art, watercolour, white mountain artist
I’m pleased to announce one of my paintings, “Woodland Spirit”, received a Third Place Award at this year’s Art in the Park festival held at Schuler Park in North Conway, New Hampshire. It was a great boost to receive such an accolade by the judges who had to decide from among all the many talented artists at this annual event. Who doesn’t enjoy an “Atta-girl” now and then?! The rainy weather held off until the afternoon of the second day but otherwise it was a picture perfect summer day. I couldn’t have asked for a better way of making a come-back from the struggles of last year.
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Tagged animal art, animal artist, art festival, art in the park, art show, mount washington valley arts, NH Artist, north conway, red fox, watercolor art, white mountain artist
I’ve been invited to exhibit several of my graphite drawings in a group show to be held in the lobby of the North Country Center for the Arts (Jean’s Playhouse) in Lincoln, New Hampshire during the months of July and August. The theme of the exhibit is nature and all the artists have their own individual style and take on creating works of art that feature animals, birds and nature. The Playhouse is hosting four performances available to the public this summer as they begin to re-open from the pandemic last year. You can stop by Jean’s Playhouse anytime during the day when the box office is open to view the art or when you’re there to enjoy live performance.
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Tagged animal art, art exhibit, art show, duck art, Franconia Notch, graphite art, Jean's Playhouse, NH Artist, pencil art, white mountain artist
The Livery, a beautiful gallery in a historic building in Sunapee Harbor, New Hampshire is hosting it’s annual Naturally New England exhibition from July 17th – July 26th. One of my paintings has been juried into the show this year and I’m thrilled to be exhibiting alongside so many talented New Hampshire and Vermont artists! This fine art show displays the diverse and creative talent of the NH/VT region with a goal of providing artists with a beautiful venue at the best of the summer in the Sunapee vacation region.