Interview by Peggy Spaeth of The Heights Observer is out! Read all about me. Here's the link:
This is what I have so far. I'm in negotiations with some galleries at 5th Street Arcades, and may have some work there as well, and may even turn up some of these Fridays when I'm not doing Saturday events. Keep checking back to the where to see our work page ... I'll post when I know more!
ANOTHER AWARD! For my lifesize sculpture, "Desolata," in honor of some friends who passed on recently. The show is up til May 3, if you want to stop by and see it. http://www.csuohio.edu/artgallery/
Thank you all for a wonderful year and all your appreciation and support! We're taking a break to catch up on all the other stuff that didn't get done (paperwork, storage, clearing out, organizing supplies, you know) and then we'll start a new body of work next year! Enjoy your winter!
the huge snow storm with (thankfully) no property damage, tho we still need to saw up a whole lotta tree branches that Mother Nature decided should be pruned off the oaks. Still cold and dreary with snow on the ground. A good day to look out the window with hands wrapped
my birch bark milkweed paper artist's Book of Local Flora was accepted for exhibition at CMA's Connecting with Caporali! Friday, April 5 - Sunday, June 2. Due to Museum restrictions, I won't be allowed to post pics until the show opens ...
Ok, we're finally back in gear after a SUPER holiday season! ... and a very long season of proposals. Still waiting to hear ... Yes, it's taken this long to catch up, clean up, and finally start thinking about the summer season coming up. We'll begin building inventory probably next week, and hopefully the weather will cooperate (my hands get numb too fast when it's below 50F)
We're glad we're not New York or New Jersey! Lights went out around sunset last night, and tho there was constant rain and howling winds all night, I only had a few fallen branches to clean up this morning. I saw all kinds of damage on the way into town this morning, but by the time I got back home, lights were back on, and I'm thinking, what's a little sogginess?
Woohoo! Just added 3 more events for August. Click on where to see our work for the latest schedule!
I like Weebly a lot. It's a lot easier to use than another blog host I tried. But I guess the downside is, I didn't know how to reply to your comment. So it's here. There are probably instructions somewhere ....
But as a website, it's pretty easy to use if you don't mind using their templates, which aren't bad. And it's relatively inexpensive. The blogs are really easy to post. Just click and type. Then publish. Good luck!
Hi! I'm a many media'ed artist working in wood, glass, recycled materials, ceramics, photography, print, bronze, fibers ... some is "fine art," some is "functional." Take a look: www.jhos.net