Following are brief descriptions of all four children’s picture books:
This June 2021 Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts hosted a regional “Artists Choice” exhibition juried by Alexis Shockley. This was the first resumption of extended hours at the galleries in down town Fredericksburg for a “First Friday.” The trolley again operated through town picking up and dropping off art patrons at First Friday events…. View more
Through an agreement with FCCA, The Community Bank of the Chesapeake, in downtown Fredericksburg, has an agreement to host rotating shows on their walls. The shows are usually up for a 3 month period, but during COVID they kept the same show until the beginning of March 2021. Two screen prints, “Youth and the Fountain”… View more
In November of 2020 accepted a watercolor portrait commission.
During the long months of shut down “Zencorinda,” the third book in the Mindelmo trilogy finally took shape with the help of editor Diane Kubarek. It was delivered to Creative Color in October 2020 to be printed and will hopefully will have a show when life becomes more normal. Following is the cover and 2… View more
In August 2020 FCCA hosted a national show entitled “Ethos.” There were limited hours at the gallery and no “First Friday” juror talk, but they had an on line presence. Both the show and the Juror’s comments could be viewed through a link on line. Carolyn Goodrich, the juror, selected “Finding Your Way,” an encaustic,… View more
In mid-March 2020, as things were closing down, Fredericksburg Community Center hosted the 69th Annual Community Art Show. The following works were entered in the following categories: “Rock Flowers” in watercolor, “Waiting” in oils, “Primroses” in drawing, “Asian Market” in acrylic and Scanno Stairs in mixed media. “Scanno Stairs” received a first in its category.
In March FCCA hosted a national show themed “Faces.” “Shattered,” a mixed media collage, received a third place award from juror Cheryl Bosch.
As we were all becoming aware there was a problem, Liberty Town hosted a show juried by Carol Garmon. “Pieces of History,” a pastel, was included into this show.
A pleasant afternoon talking to people