If you haven't eaten at Eggshell Bistro at the Carmel City Center then you truly do not know what you're missing! Fabulous vintage Euro style bistro serving breakfast and lunch that you will return for over and over again.
I am honored my painting "Stoney Creek" was juried into the Open Space: Art About the Land exhibit at the Minnetrista Museum of Art in Muncie, Indiana. The exhibit will be open to the public at Minnetrista from August 30 - September 28, 2014. After that, the exhibit will travel to the Art Association of Henry County in New Castle (October 26 - November 23, 2014) and The Anderson Center for the Arts (December 2014 - January 2015).
This was painted back in March, 2014. A TBT to Season 2 in anticipation of this season's Walking Dead finale, "A". The gang would be approaching Terminus in the season finale and I just had a bad feeling. Yep - Rick should have run!
This winter was a slow one for painting - maybe the 55 inches of snow this year and constantly overcast skies were contributing factors. I will say that I'm much more motivated to paint now that the daffodils have bloomed and the crab apples are showing their stuff against a back drop of spring green and blue skies. Above are a few still life studies painted with friends this winter. Thank goodness for friends or I may not have painted at all!
Another painting along the Blue River in Breckenridge, Colorado. Temps were in the high 20's which felt great on a sunny day. So warm that I shed my coat; unfortunately my hands didn't get the message and were freezing despite gloves. Santa heard my complaints and brought me hand warmers for Christmas:)
Painted the Blue River in Breckenridge, Colorado while everyone else skied the crowded slopes over Thanksgiving. I'm just too much of a chicken to brave it out there on a couple of open runs hosting hundreds of skiers and boarders from beginners to advanced - to harrowing for me!
Packed up my paints and took a stroll on the trail along the river and found this wonderfully peaceful spot. The trail dips down to the river every time it goes under a bridge allowing for intimate views of the river. My only visitors were friendly folk walking their dogs.