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Friday, July 3, 2015

Two Paintings Heading to the Butler Museum

I'm excited to participate in the Butler Museums's 79thAnnual Juried Show, taking place this summer in Youngstown, Ohio.  Details about the exhibit may be found here.  Two pieces were accepted, on view below:

Snow Day Writing, oil on canvas, 24 x 24"

Jamie's World, oil on canvas, 24 x 24"

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Upcoming Exhibitions for February and March

This month I have work at Artists' House Gallery as part of their February Exhibit, Women Artists of Philadelphia.  On display are smaller sized landscape paintings as well as a still life, mostly all painted this past summer while I was in the Berkshires.  I was able to study with painter Elizabeth O'Riley and enjoyed soaking up the mountains and fresh air.  Details for the gallery may be found here: Artists' House.

Elizabeth O. Painting

I am also pleased to learn I've had two paintings accepted to In Person: a Juried Exhibition in Celebration of the Human Form. The show, held at the Community Art Center in Wallingford, PA, was juried by Philadelphia painter Doug Martenson.   I was awarded a prize and will find out details this Sunday at the Artists' Reception taking place from 2- 4 pm.  Work will be on view from February 8th - March 15, 2015 in the Duke Gallery at CAC.  Details may be found here: Community Arts Center.

Jamie's World

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Lambertville Historical Society's Silent Art Auction

This past October I participated in the Lambertville Historical Society's 'en plein air' event during their annual house tour.  The silent auction which will include work by 28 artists will be held on January 17th in Lambertville at Rago Arts & Auction Center.  Details for this event, which is free and open to the public, may be found here.  The event starts at 6pm, but I would recommend coming early so you can have a chance to stroll through the streets of Lambertville.  Then you will realize how much fun artists had painting there!