This past Friday, I was one of several featured artists at the Sheboygan Visual Artist’s February 2014 Final Friday: “Painters and Players Celebrate Sheboygan.” At the event, and during the next few weeks in March, six of my paintings with subjects from within Sheboygan are on display and for sale.
Here I am standing near the paintings:
Below are several photos from among the many festivities at the event:
Sheboygan Barbershop Quartet
Sheboygan break dancers
“Refactoring” Music Video by Flight Mechanics
Mark your calendar to enjoy a unique evening at EBCO ArtWorks, 1201 Erie Avenue, Sheboygan, Wisconsin. I will be one of the featured artists for the night of “Painters & Players Celebrate Sheboygan!” I’ll be displaying several paintings that truly do “Celebrate Sheboygan.” I hope you’ll join the celebration!
You are welcome to enjoy the Artists’ Reception and Talks on Thursday, January 30, 6-8pm. The artists, myself and the photographer, Tom Dent, will briefly talk about our art at 7.00pm. This event will be at the restaurant, Latitude 43, which is part of the Blue Harbor Resort complex. Latitude 43 is located at 725 Blue Harbor Drive in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
I currently have eight paintings displayed throughout the restaurant, sharing wall space with Tom Dent’s beautiful photography.
If you are in the area, you are most welcome to join us!
Last week I finished this Christmas still life: “Are You Able to Drink from the Cup?” (14×11, oil on canvas). May the cup of your life overflow with peace, hope, joy, and love with abundance now and always!
Spending an afternoon in the studio, I finished a Christmas still life painting. It was just the right thing to do today. It is so cold and windy outside that inside creating is what my soul needed to thaw out.
While I was on vacation last week around Thanksgiving, I enjoyed a few hours catching up with friends from years ago, Scott and Megen Smith at the Indianapolis Musuem of Art.
Among his many gifts, Scott is a artist/photographer. Megen is a creative speech therapy teacher in the public school system. After enjoying lunch with them and talking about the art of life, we enjoyed an exhibit of the artwork of Matisse at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. After that, we were all a little daringly inspired, so we created a few works of art on our own… with the museum’s iPads in a wonderful imagination space… here’s my Matisse-inspired creation “Sunny Day by the Lake”…
This year I was happy to participate in the annual Sheboygan Visual Artists Holiday Show and Sale. Having just joined the group, I am getting acquainted with the members, and beginning to learn about the group and its many functions. This year I displayed two paintings, one of which I was excited to sell in the Silent Auction. Here below I am standing next to my painting, “The Falls in Spring” being displayed in the main gallery.