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Check out my artwork in the February 2020 issue of Our State magazine, available on newsstands now.

Our State Celebration at Transfer Co. Food Hall

Tuesday, February 18th, 4 – 8 pm

500 West Davie Street, Raleigh, North Carolina

 

Please join me at Our State’s event celebrating the “Painted Carolina” feature, which appears in the February 2020 issue of Our State magazine and features paintings by me and several other North Carolina artists. I will be there with some of my art, copies of Silver Linings will be available for purchase, and Elizabeth Hudson and I will both be there to sign your copy. (If you already have one, don’t forget to bring it!) There will also be foodstuffs available and live music. This is a free event; find complete details here.

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Silver Linings is also available for purchase from the Our State Store

American Watercolor Society 153rd International Juried Exhibition

Salmagundi Club, 47 5th Avenue, New York, NY

Accepted Painting: Nightfall in Oriental

April 6 – April 25, 2020

Gallery hours: 1 – 5 pm daily

The American Watercolor Society is the oldest and most prestigious watercolor society in the United States. Each year, their juried exhibition showcases works from around the world in the historic Salmagundi Club in Manhattan. About 150 paintings are chosen out of well over a thousand entries. This is my second acceptance into an AWS exhibition. If I am selected a third time, I will be eligible for Signature Membership in the society.

Galleries:

Mountain Nest

133 Cherry St, Black Mountain, NC, 828.669.0314

Open Monday – Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm

Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm

mtnnest.com

 

 

Village Gallery

 

300 Hodges Street, Oriental NC

Open Wednesday – Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm

villagegallerync.com

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Note to my long-term followers-
If you follow my art and show schedule, then you have probably noticed that I have drastically cut back on art and craft festivals. I love doing festivals (and I miss you!), but as I get into more juried exhibitions, and since I have started teaching, I have to select where to put my time and energies carefully. Art and craft festivals are an area that I have decided to put less work into; these decisions are tough, but after having 2 shows bust due to weather conditions last year, and other such unpredictable issues with outdoor shows, this decision makes sense for me and my family. I hope to continue seeing you at other events, which I will always post here! Thanks, as always, for your continued support and feel free to reach out any time! My studio in Greensboro is always open to you by appointment.