Happy spring everyone, here are my upcoming events! Hope to see you there.
- Prairie Arts Festival: Saturday & Sunday, May 27 & 28, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., in Schaumburg, Illinois
- Glenview Art League Summer Art Fair: July 29 & 30, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., in Glenview, Illinois
- Art in the Garden: August 19 & 20, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Glenview, Illinois
I just had five-packs of postcards printed, featuring detail images of my paintings. Every pack includes each of the cards shown above. The back is blank, so they can be mailed. There is small text in the corner with my name and contact information.
I’ll have the cards at the fairs, and you can also find them in my esty shop for $10 a pack (free shipping).
Jewelweed (also known as touch-me-not) has seedpods that fly apart when touched. This painting was a rehearsal for my recent painting demo with the Glenview Art League. Thanks to the GAL for the opportunity. It was a lot of fun and helped me think about my painting in new ways. Both Jewelweed and Bindweed, and 21 other paintings are on display in the beautiful gallery space at Journeycare here in Glenview. The exhibit will be up for the month of March.
Queen Anne’s Lace, another foliage painting in a series observing the autumn equinox. These are hanging in the Bookmarket through December.
Tomorrow night the Glenview Library is hosting a reception for the Nature in Glenview exhibition. It’s from 6:30 to 8, featuring several local artists. Hope to see you there!
Not a great photo, I’ll try to get a better one soon. This is part of a 4-painting group marking the the autumnal equinox. They are on display in the Bookmarket through December.
I had planned to paint outdoors every day for the first week the girls were back at school, but the morning of Day 1 poor Holly woke up with a fever, and Meredith got sick soon after. Lasted over a week, so that’s how this painting began. They are both back to full health.
I worked on this while I did the two Sea Map paintings, and found it interesting how the waves of water and folds of fabric were similar in shape and logic, and in their fleeting nature. Each fold and break, each leaf shape and stem, has history and reasons for being.
This and ten other paintings will be on display at North Park University’s Johnson Center for the next few weeks.
Busy painting, not so much posting! Here are a few shows I’ll be participating in soon. First up: Art in the Garden! I’ll be joining 6 amazing artists from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on September 10 and 11, at 1205 Hutchings Ave, Glenview, IL. Please come!
Next, I have a portrait of my beautiful Mom in Tim Lowly’s “La Mère/La Mer (The Mother/The Sea)” exhibition in the Moreau Art Galleries of St. Mary’s College in South Bend, Illinois starting tomorrow. At the reception on September 15 I’ll be participating in a panel discussion. I helped install the artwork this past weekend and it is wonderful!
Also coming up next week, I’ll have work in North Park University’s Alumni Triennial 2016. I’ll post more details about that soon.
Quiet but busy here – preparing for the Fountain Square Art Festival that starts TOMORROW! This is my first year at this Evanston event. I’ll be in booth number 9, near the intersection of Clark and Sherman. Come and see me if you can! The festival runs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.