Friday, August 13, 2010


Has your summer been as hot as mine?  Not only in terms of heat but in terms of tasks to get done?  It seems that each time I carve out a little time to get some art done, another "something" must be done....and now! 
Late winter to early summer was very full of art and I am very grateful for that.  The spring solo show was fabulous and the summer show in Darien is still up through September (with pretty good sales for these crazy economic times).  But I have had to cancel my booth at Blue Ridge Mountains 11th Annual Wildlife & Nature Art Festival Sept 18 - 19, 2010 in Blue Ridge, GA.  I really hated that, but I simply did not have the inventory to do it justice.... and I was really stressing each and every day that got closer to the date.  I had actually carved out two weeks of studio time when both of our rent houses decided to turn over.  One was left pretty clean but the other has taken me (and ServPro) this week just to see the light at the end of the tunnel!  We've decided to really get it spic-n-span and try to sell it.  Anybody want an older farm house on five acres?  You can grow your own food?!  Speaking of food.... my studio floor is completely covered in a layer of pears waiting to be canned because the kitchen table is groaning with apples, tomatoes and peppers.  Canning will be night duty, for now I'm off to the farm house to scrub a tub!

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Magnolia Art Gallery

I am very honored to now be represented here in Georgia in the Lake Oconee region by Magnolia Art Gallery.  Lynn Blair has her finger on the pulse of her clientele, their wants and needs, and is the epitome of southern charm.  I feel blessed to be in the company of some of this region's top artists!  At present she is introducing some of my wildlife paintings and 'Spirits in Stone'.  
I'll be announcing some fall "can't miss" events from this gallery soon. 
Call Lynn at 706-454-5050 or stop by Tues-Sat, 10-5 and see some amazing artwork.  Be sure to tell her that I sent you!