A trio of night sky panels, my biggest paintings yet (center panel is 72 by 42 inches), just set off cross-country to it’s new home. Exciting day! Orion on the left, Pleiades in the center, and Cassiopeia to the right. I loved the challenge and experience this commissioned project presented. Heart felt thanks to my patrons!
Gallery 1070 – I’ll have oil paintings and linoleum prints in a group exhibition at Gallery 1070 from February 2-25. Opening for the show is Friday night, February 2.
Youth Art Fair – I co-chair this fun event for young artists, and the 29th annual fair is coming up on February 17! Free and open to high-schools all the way down to preschoolers. Register online by February 3.
Glenview Public Library – I’ll have a solo show in the library’s foyer from March 13 to mid-May. An artist talk and painting workshop will be held in April. More details coming soon.
I woke early to catch the sunrise, setting up my easel and oil paints in almost full darkness. A crescent moon with one bright and one dimmer star (Venus and Regulus, I think?) hung over a pale horizon, reflected in the lake.
Oil on a Raymar linen canvas panel, 8 by 10 inches, ready for framing. Click here to see it in my Etsy store.
Here is a little map of the sky I looked up on skyandtelescope.com after I got home, to figure out what I was seeing.
Moonrise in South Bend, Indiana. 9 by 12 inches, oil on hardboard. I spent a great weekend here with my mom last fall.
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.
Another painting inspired by a recent stay at the Green Lake cottage, and the magnificent sky paintings of Robert Roth.
Come and see me at the Summer Art Fair in Glenview this weekend! This nest painting, based on a photo by Savannah Hagey, will be up for auction to benefit the Youth Art Fair.
After an amazing family vacation I am catching up on projects and getting ready for this weekend’s Glenview Art League Summer Art Fair! I’ll be donating a small painting to the silent auction, which benefits the Youth Art Fair, so be sure to attend if you can. The painting above is inspired by our recent stay at the cottage on Green Lake in Michigan. I have a few more to post before the show. I’ll be putting some of these in my etsy shop next week.