Had a marvelous time at our recent On the Road Exhibition near Washington DC. Despite the heat, our hosts – Misty and Randy were great and our guests seemed to really enjoy themselves. I think the highlight of this trip was learning how to use Uber for the first time when we went to the National Gallery. It was great and so easy – what technology can do for us!
Anne-Marie and I will be traveling to DC with our paintings for the Art Exhibition on Saturday, July 23. If anyone, especially those that cannot get there, would like a pdf of all of the paintings in the exhibit, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. These are great prices and all will be framed. I would honor pre-sales, of course. Perhaps do a little pre-Holiday shopping?
In preparation for the coming Washington DC Art Exhibit, I have posted a few of the paintings that will be available. Be sure to check out the great prices, and they are all framed, ready to hang. To view: click here.
My artist friend, Anne-Marie and I had so much fun doing the Texas road trip, we are doing it again. But this time it will only be a 6 hour drive to Mannasas, Virginia, outside of Washington, DC. The date is Saturday, July 23 at the lovely home of Misty & Randy. I would love to send you or friends an Evite, should you be close to that area or you know someone that is.
The painting above is “Appalachian Vista”, acrylic on linen, 14″ x 11″. On one of my husband’s bike trips, I hiked, with others, to the top of this mountain for an amazing view of 4 mountain ranges. All paintings will be framed and quite well-priced for this event.
After our Art Exhibition, we were invited to tour a lovely garden in a home in Argyle, Texas. This Longhorn attracted me and we stared at each other for quite a while. I loved how the trees created a nice backdrop for him and how he was checking me out, too. It’s a new subject for me.
‘Texas Longhorn’, watercolor on aqua board, 11″ x 14″
My painting of Paris, ‘Pont du Carrousel’ not only took me to Signature level in the Southern Watercolor Society’s annual juried exhibition, but I was just informed it also received a Merchandise Award! This painting is a combination of acrylic and watercolor, done on paper.