Category Archives: Shows

A Chicken mailing coming soon!

Since I haven’t sent out a card mailing this year and did not have any spring open studio events here at Not Now, Kato! fine art studio, I thought it was time to reach out. I will be sending out … Continue reading

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Sold and on its way to Florida– “Rory in Mint”!

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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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Showbiz! a really nice interview in the Chatham Arts Council blog

The Chatham County Arts Council has a lovely new space, new blog, new logo (well, not NEW new, but recent) and a regular feature on their blog–“Meet This Artist.” I’m the one this issue!

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Studio shots and the Big Sky/Water painting, 48″ x 60″

I don’t know about the rest of you artists, out there, but after I get a bunch of work done for an exhibit (#505x7s), there is often a lull in the studio. The making energy is spent; the organizing, labeling, … Continue reading

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