Pleased to finally have my art on display in Temecula City Hall. We had originally (about two years ago) scheduled this show for the first November of Covid and inevitably it was delayed, until now. These paintings have been waiting a long time for their time on this wall. Enjoy the show if you are in the area and have some time to pop into the civic center.
Ove the Labor Day weekend, I had two paintings that went together to their forever home, in Flagstaff, AZ, and their new owner sent me pics!
….it’s not political. It’s a contest. For artwork to be displayed on billboards around the country. The contest is being run by FineArtAmerica.com, and I’ve submitted three images:
and you can vote for them, if you choose! Each painting needs 100 votes in order to proceed to the next round, so please vote for your favorite. Thank you!
I was delighted to have both my submissions accepted into the 5th Annual Skies Art Exhibition with Fusion Art. Of course being a favorite subject of mine, I had to spend a lot of time looking at the other entries! Have a look yourself, there are some stunning paintings and photography in there.
And just so you know these paintings don’t always just go to art fairs and in galleries, I love the opportunity to show online also! I don’t have to consider the distance I have to transport or mail it, or the take-in/out schedule. I entered a couple paintings in the Art Room Gallery ‘Shades of Gray’ show, and not only had one accepted, but won a merit award.
I’ve been posting on Instagram, and sadly neglecting WordPress. Still haven’t found a way to get this to flow into Instagram, once I do, all will be well!
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This was a new feeling for me. Find out about it in this month’s newsletter.
I should have done this last week, but sometimes things don’t get on a list…. anyway, these shows are still up for a few weeks left, so if you’re in the area, there’s still time to enjoy them.
The 29Palms Art Gallery has the Guild Summer show in the Main and Center Galleries, and in the West Gallery, Tim Warren and Ted Wright in a 2-person show.
The 29 Palms Gallery is open Thursday-Sunday 11-3pm.