Category Archives: how the work is seen

Studio Tour done for me for 2017 but one more day for the Second Weekend

Hi Art Fans, blog readers, and followers, Here are some pix of my studio all cleaned up and still looking that way after my one weekend of the Chatham Studio Tour. As in previous years, I do not get back in the … Continue reading

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Look for this card in your mail box—-better late than never!

It’s Studio Tour Weekend ahead and my postcard JUST went out in the mail! This Fall has gotten away from me between one thing and another. This painting, “Big Dove,” will be in our preview exhibit at Chatham Mills, this … Continue reading

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The ramp-up to the December Studio Tour begins! : the ArtsCenter show

The season of Studio Tours is ON. Orange County is having their last day of Open Studio Tour today. Then it’s just under a month until Chatham County artists fling open their studio doors to the public. To start marking … Continue reading

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Clay of the Day–horse head sculpture given a fine finish

I just got the coolest email from a happy art buyer. This person bought one of my larger horse head sculptures last year at the Chatham Studio Tour. I sculpted these horse heads from a slab, like most of my … Continue reading

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My Work in People’s Houses–a collection of pet portraits

A former neighbor contacted me this summer about doing a surprise pet portrait for his wife. I don’t do that many portrait commissions these days, but this was a young couple who we’d known for several years and through several … Continue reading

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