You may have noticed I’ve been a bit quiet lately. That’s because most of my attention has been going to the huge job of home selling, home buying, packing, and moving. My husband Mike, Zephyr the greyhound, and I have moved to a new home in Abingdon, Maryland. I will miss our Baltimore County rowhouse, but our new space means more yard for Zephyr to run, and more home studio space for me.
Later this year, once I’ve finished getting situated in the new house, I plan to begin hosting some small group watercolor workshops here. Stay tuned for more details, but in the meantime, feel free to drop me a line if this is something you may be interested in, or if you’d like to request a special topic. I’m also working on getting to know the arts community in the Harford County area, and am available for guest demos or workshops, if you know of a venue I should connect with here.
I do have the basics of the studio unpacked and functional again, and I have re-opened my Etsy shop for orders, which was in vacation mode for a few weeks during the move. I am available for portrait commissions and illustration work on a normal timeframe.
I’m honored to have my painting “Squelch, Jester & Herald of the Magpie Court” accepted by juror Mark Mehaffey into the Baltimore Watercolor Society’s 2015 Mid-Atlantic Regional Exhibition. The show runs from June 3-July 1 at the BlackRock Center for the Arts in Germantown, Maryland and the reception is June 14 from 2-4pm.
My painting “Kalindi Eating a Banana” has been accepted into Splash 17: Inspiring Subjects, an annual juried compilation of works in water media from North Light Books. The book will be available in Spring of 2016.