Please pardon the long silence. I had a very busy holiday portrait season, and have been using the quiet time in January to recover, regroup, and plan for the year ahead.
What’s happening next? The folks at VOID: Tabletop Roleplaying Game have been gearing up for their Kickstarter campaign, which they will use to fund the rest of my illustrations for their project. I’ve been starting on some new sketches for them, and am looking forward to sharing their campaign with you when it goes live around March 1.
I’m excited to have two watercolor still lifes in Crystal Moll Gallery’s Inside Out Show. Please join us for the opening on Thursday, February 20, 2014 from 6pm-8pm, 1030 South Charles Street in Baltimore. The show runs from February 4- March 29. My work will be in good company with still lifes, interiors, and “inside looking out” landscapes from Tim Kelly, Kathleen Kotarba, Michael Gaudreau, Crystal Moll, Yvonne Hartmann Smith, Jason Witte, Blair Atherholt, Palden Hamilton, Ann Crostic and Carol Lee Thompson.
I was pleased to join Towson Arts Collective as the guest demonstrator for the first class of their new costumed life drawing session, along with my troupemate Amy Fae who modeled for the students in belly dance costume. The organization is working to launch a number of new classes and workshops in the new Ellene “Brit” Christiansen Art Center in Towson. Stay tuned for more details about a watercolor portrait workshop I’ll be teaching there in April. I’ll also be leading a public life drawing activity at the Smithsonian American Art Museum as part of their “Drawing at Dusk” series, Friday April 11 at 5:30 pm.