My booth at an Outdoor Art Show

My booth at an Outdoor Art Show
The best part of an outdoor show is meeting you. If you read my blog, be sure to say Hi to me.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010


Well spring seems to have arrived here as you can see it in the trees and flowers all generating colors all over the landscape. This means the Immaculata Art Show will soon be here. It gives everyone a great chance to see what is new for the coming year. I have four new originals ready to be seen and for sale. I have decided that the economy has to be taken into account so have lowered prices for this show including my originals, both framed and matted as well as my prints.
So this original of Lafayette's Headquarters called "Ready for Spring" wants a new come out and take a look.
I am experimenting with video and hope to produce a short watercolor video to show some of my techniques. Probably will get this done summer.

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Antique Shop Near My Sons Home

In one of my posts recently I showed you a photo I had taken in IL of an antique shop that will be the source of many paintings. This is one of the doorway to one of the buildings.
This is about 80% finished and hope to complete it next week. When it is finished , I will post the final painting. There were an unbelievable amount of neat antiques or buildings to paint at this location. More to come.
Painting of My Barn

Here is the final painting of our barn that was originally called WoolPack Farm. It was a sheep farm. The original farm house was built in the mid 1800s and was torn down in 1978. This original barn burned down and this was the replacement. It was sold to someone in Bucks County who rebuilt it.
Part of the end wall and side wall is still standing and is part of our garden. I painted this when my children thought they would like to have a memory of the barn after spending 25 years growing up using it for storage, a place where our cats loved to hunt for mice, where my one daughter had her 16th birthday and where we kept an old tractor and wagon. It hangs in our family room.