Artwork accepted at King Gallery

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Postcard from Eogra
"Third Place Award"
"Postcard from Eogra" and "Seek" have been accepted in the LowellArts! Collage, Assemblage and Construction Exhibition on display at the King Gallery in Lowell, September 11- October 19.  I am very excited about this show since it is the first I have entered just calling for these mixed- media types.  Can't wait to see what others are doing.  WAHOOT!  Reception and award presentation is October 21 from 2-4.
Join me.

Paris Trip 2013

Friday, July 20, 2012

International Postcard Swap
OK, my friends, I need your help.  I am planning a trip to Paris in the spring of 2013 and I need your advice.  Please recommend places Mr. B and I should stay, where we should eat, and what we should see other that the 10 most likely places a tourist would visit.  I really want to go to the city to soak up the atmosphere.  I intend to spend my time in the city and will be walking a lot.  I want to eat, drink, and people watch.  Probably will be there for 5-7 days.  So, you're the experts.  Let me know the best or the over-rated.  I've been reading Frommer's.
Share your travel tips, and Thank you.

Measure What Remains

"Measure What Remains" 
This piece is a mixed media collage on a plexiglass picture frame.  8 1/2" x 11"  I plan to enter this in the Small Works show in Ypsilanti coming up in a few months.  All of the art work must be 12" or smaller.  This was really fun since I have been wanting to use an old measuring tape that I found at a yard sale.  I had broken it just to see what would happen.  Perfect for this creation and broken in just the right place, although I didn't know it at the time.  Sometimes I don't have to do anything except keep my brain from over thinking.  Anyone else have this sort of problem?

Sketchbook Project: Limited 2013 Digitalized

Friday, July 6, 2012

Another sketchbook, Here There, and Inbetween, has been digitalized for all the world to see.  If you are in Brooklyn NY,go to the Brooklyn Art Library and look at the original.  If not, check it out here: