Two of my works will be a part of the Artists for Conservation Festival in Vancouver, British Columbia later this Summer being held in coordination with the 2018 Ornithologist Congress at the Vancouver Convention Centre.
Vigilance – Peregrine Falcon
Opaque and transparent watercolor on board (virtual exhibition)
White Hunter – Gyrfalcon
Opaque and transparent watercolor on board (live exhibition)
I am very happy to now be showing with Gallery 330 in Fredericksburg, Texas. I am looking forward to sending a selection of fresh work for their venue shortly. Please drop by and say hello if you happen to be in the Hill Country.
It’s been a very busy September! Wrangling deadlines, arranging shipments, and travel is always a bit stressful. I was delighted (and grateful) to get through more work and research than I had expected to. It’s amazing what some adrenaline and nerves will do!
Spent some time in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks finding more wildlife to paint as well. You can read more about that on my other site, here.
Next in the studio is the collection for Lovett’s Gallery’s The Good, The Bad show coming up in October. (I’m afraid I’m unable to post any sneak peeks of these works until the show opens, however.) Aside from the exhibition, I’m a bit impatient to start on some new pieces reflecting experiences from all of the recent wildlife sightings, so perhaps that will appear soon as well.
Best wishes for everyone in 2017! A new painting update – Just finished, this collection is on its way to Seaside Art Gallery in Nags Head, North Carolina. For those interested, some in-progress images of these works can be seen here and here.