Two of my paintings, Hidden Marshes and Early Morning Bay are part of the newly released 20 20 25 catalog, 3rd edition, at Page Bond Gallery. To view catalog, click here.
Catalog artwork prices are discounted 20%. 25% of proceeds go to FEED MORE. Feed More collects, prepares and distributes food to neighbors in need throughout Central Virginia. With a service area that stretches across 34 counties and cities, Feed More’s comprehensive programs and network of more than 270 agencies help ensure our communities have access to healthy meals.
Please consider buying art from the 20 20 25 catalog to help feed families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic!
I am honored to be newly represented by M K Semos and Hugo Garcia Urrutia at Decorazon Gallery, They have an amazing roster of artists, including Anne Siems and Greek artist Apostolos Chantzaras. I look forward to working with Hugo and M K, and I am excited to be Decorazon Gallery's newest artist!
Since we are all spending a lot more time at home, it seems a good opportunity to make your home a truly beautiful, unique haven. I created a gallery of ideas for choosing the right artwork for your home to help you spruce up your space. Check it out!
I recently shipped new work to Page Bond Gallery in Richmond, VA. For those of you in the area, Page's gallery is well worth a visit! She has some amazing artists in her roster. I shipped a new landscape painting, Hidden Marshes (Acrylic on canvas, 36 by 48 inches), shown at right, along with works on paper featuring trees. Page Bond Gallery is located at 1625 W Main St in the Fan District of Richmond.
I'm participating in the Art Fair 14C this year, happening Feb 21-23, 2020 in Jersey City. The festivities will begin at the Hyatt Regency Hotel over the weekend, highlighting New Jersey as an exciting place to experience the arts. There will be a VIP reception Friday, and the fair will be open to the public Saturday, 2/22 from 12-8 pm and Sunday 2/23 from 12-6 pm. My work will be part of the show in the Manhattan Ballroom. Come on over to the Hyatt to explore the recent growth of Jersey City and see some interesting contemporary art!
I'm pleased to be part of the Dream 2020 Winter Gala of the Longwood Center for Visual Arts. The festivities will take place at the Blackwell Ballroom at Longwood University in Farmville, VA on February 15, 2020.
The black tie affair will include hors d'oeuvres, open bar, live music, and a live auction. One of my small paintings will be among the items auctioned to raise money for the center.
It's that time of year again! The Visual AIDS Postcards from the Edge show is just around the corner. If you are in New York, come on over to Bortolami Gallery to check out the show! I am thrilled to be participating once again in this fabulous show of affordable artwork accessible to all. All works are priced to sell at $85 to benefit Visual AIDS programs.
The benefit sale happens Saturday, January 4, 10 - 6 pm, and Sunday, January 5, 12 - 4. Bortolami is located at 39 Walker Street, between Church and Broadway.
Melissa Olson of Euphoria Studio Spa is exhibiting artwork originally part of the WET: Artists Up a Creek Party throughout her spa in Frenchtown, NJ. If you are in the area, drop by the spa and see the show, and get a haircut, massage, or pedicure while you're at it! Euphoria Spa is located at 15 Trenton Avenue, Frenchtown, NJ along the Delaware River. The artwork will be on display throughout the holiday season, ongoing into 2020. For more information, call the spa at 908/996-3399.
I'm super excited to be exhibiting my work at a private party on September 29, 2019, in Frenchtown, NJ. The party will feature food, music, libations, and artwork by Tom Gass, Jeanne Cameron, and me. The festivities will be hosted by Tina Borden. An array of paintings and photographs will be displayed inside and out. It is sure to be a magical evening!
I am happy to announce that my paintings will be on view at Memorial Sloan Kettering Westchester (500 Westchester Ave., W Harrison, NY) June 27 through October 25, 2019. The exhibit was organized by the wonderful people at Arts Westchester Gallery in White Plains, furthering their mission of making art accessible to every sector of society. The healing power of art continues!