Category Archives: horses

Taking work to Portfolio Art Gallery in Columbia, SC–an annual field trip

  I have had work in Portfolio Art Gallery, Five Points, Columbia, SC for, ohhhh, I think it’s 20 years now! what?! I think 1997 was the first trip down there to take them work. Many paintings have found a … Continue reading

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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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Clay of the Day–photoshoot and clay tile backsides

Yesterday was a trip out to Snow Camp to see photographer Jason Dowdle to document some clay pieces and some of the little paintings that will be my May show at NC Crafts Gallery.  As always, it is amazing to see … Continue reading

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Black lines

It’s been a whole week since I last posted–wow! My art energy is on slow simmer, I guess. That and I’ve been calling my Representatives, a lot. Finding a new routine these days. The winter light is still calling for … Continue reading

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Winter days–trees and pinks

The trees are such a strong presence in the winter. The contrast of branches against gray skies is so dramatic. When there is a sunrise peeking through, it is warm pink color against all those grays and browns. Sometimes the … Continue reading

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