Category Archives: exhuberance

50 5″ x 7″‘s—a show in May at NC Crafts Gallery in Carrboro

My deceased animal-painting-artist friend Alex O’Connor gave me a tub of small canvases before she left. She said she’d be glad knowing they would be filled with beautiful animal paintings one day. So I have this idea: in May I’ll … Continue reading

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Studio shots from Tuesday–an orangey day

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an afternoon at Topsail beach, before the rally in Wilmington

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Back in the ArtPod, working!

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Enjoying a wander through my visual history

After a big ShowBiz event like Studio Tour, it can be hard to crank up the creativity wheel again. Sometimes, it’s a quiet, watching energy I have, and I look back through sketchbooks or in this case, digital files back … Continue reading

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