2015 Art Update

Hello Everyone…

After living in Yamhill County for, well – almost forever, I recently moved to the Oregon coast. This will be my first year participating in Pacific City’s Dory Days festivities in July, and it’s quite possible I’ll have a booth at the Sunday Farmer’s Market held on the Library grounds.

pearsAlso, I am pleased to announce I will participate in the 2015 Yamhill County Art Harvest Studio Tour as a visiting/returning encore artist.  I’ll be sharing studio space, just not sure with whom yet.  I will update my website and keep you posted as October approaches.

aubergine watercolorLiving on the coast brings great inspiration; new work this year will include more watercolors. Using watercolor I am able to create larger pieces, which will then be detailed with colored pencil and inks.

I have enough mushroom drawings for a new calendar.  And, there is no doubt that I have ravens and dragonflies fluttering about in my head, just waiting to jump onto the paper in some manner.

Wild in the Willamette ~ I’ll have 17 drawings in this new guidebook.  The book, published by OSU Press, will introduce readers to areas of the mid-Willamette Valley that may be new to them, and includes trail descriptions, essays and maps. banana slugWild in the Willamette Final publication is planned for autumn of 2015.

I finally put together files of my work from 2013-2014 and sent them off to the Library of Congress for official © copyrights. This was a lot of work, but well worth it in the long run.

Please check out ALL my new editions on Etsy.

There is always something to do!  It is never ending, and guaranteed that I will never be bored.

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