Category Archives: residencies

Before and After–CAG show at the CAC office–how art really enlivens a space !

The Chatham Artists Guild began as the Studio Tour, a program of the Chatham Arts Council. The years went by and along the way the Studio Tour became its own entity. We changed our name to the Chatham Artists Guild to reflect our … Continue reading

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The Everglades billboard project–my proposal

Jason Dowdle just photographed these for me with a super-hi-resolution technique. So, if they get selected to be part of the billboard project over the next two years in Miami, they’ll be sharp and clear. I’m happy.

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Some really big watercolors

A game on Facebook, “Art Challenge,” has got me digging through my stacks a bit and taking pictures of things that I’ve never posted before.  These three really large (36″ x 48″) watercolors were done in 2004 during a residency … Continue reading

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