Category Archives: cards

Two Exhibits!—”50 5×7′s” and Hock Plaza–Saladelia

Here’s my show “50 5×7′s –Shannon Bueker’s Tribute to Alex O’Connor” at North Carolina Crafts Gallery in Carrboro this month. Lots of my cards are available for purchase, too. Ten % of sales will be donated to Independent Animal Rescue. … Continue reading

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Some card originals

I have been painting lots of watercolor on Fridays. Among my stacks of paper and sketchbooks are some blank greeting cards. It’s fun just to work them the same way I do everything else–lots of layers and waiting for intuitive … Continue reading

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Ch-ch-changes–Gallery switch-outs and Fall hectic begins

I changed out my display at the Joyful Jewel in Pittsboro. The I drove to Columbia, SC to Portfolio Art Gallery to deliver a painting and bring others. We took the opportunity to swap out some watercolors and acrylics for … Continue reading

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Some new watercolors just finished

A few watercolors have “floated to the top” of my in-progress stack and are finished! Some of these are postcards and will be mailed out as correspondence and some are paintings that will get matted for display. It’s a satisfying … Continue reading

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a few paintings that have “become” cards this week

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