My work took a change of direction at the beginning of 2017 when I was compelled to begin a series of paintings with crows as the subject. I’d observed and sketched crows for years, but I hadn’t painted them. The
“Songbirds” At the beginning of 2016, I resumed work on a series of musicians that I began years ago. In this evolving series, I am seeking to simplify my painting to capture the essential spirit of the musicians and relate
“If That Mockingbird Don’t Cry” and seven more small oil paintings are included in a five woman show at Liquidambar Gallery in Pittsboro, NC, during the months of July and August. Two of my paintings sold at the July 3rd
“Summer Chickadee” will be going out of town for a few weeks. This 6″ x 6″ oil on canvas was selected for the Cary Gallery of Artists 7th Annual Small Treasures exhibition, March 25 – April 26, 2016
Summer visits to the North Carolina Coast always prove inspiring. This 8″X8″ oil painting, Tidal Creek, is from a view that I saw while driving on Cedar Island after leaving the ferry from Ocracoke. See more new works in the Coastal Gallery.
It was an honor to be asked to serve as judge for awards for the 7th Annual, Nature at its Best, at the Stanly Art Guild’s, Falling Rivers Gallery in Albemarle, NC.