I’m thrilled to announce my inclusion into the Irving Art Association’s 2017 IAA National Animal Art Juried Exhibition by the juror Patsy Lindamood.
This year over 101 artists entered across various mediums, each artist had the potential to submit multiple works. Only 65 pieces are in the final show, 2 of which I’m thrilled to say are mine–specifically, two images in my Texas Longhorn series.
The Show is Open to the Public:
- August 27 – September 29, 2017
- Jaycee Park Center for the Arts
- 1975 Puritan Drive
- Irving TX 75061
- Gallery Hours
- Sunday, Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: 1-4pm
- Tuesday: 10:30am – 3pm
Awards Ceremony & Reception:
- Sunday, September 10, 2017
- from 2- 4pm
- Jaycee Park Center for the Arts in Irving, Texas.
There is construction in the area, so best to check for the latest directions and road closures before you head out.
Please save the date and plan to come out and support the arts!
For those of you in the Dallas / Fort Worth area, please come on out and support me as well as other local artists at the next themed show at the Central Arts of Bedford. I’ll have several pieces for sale in the exhibit featuring some of the ‘critters’ (Ravens, Ducks, Longhorns, and Bees oh my!) I’ve taken photos of in my nature photography. I will be on hand until at least 9pm to admire the works of others, and to talk about my own photographic works. I hope to see you there!
Me & My Critter
Saturday, July 8, 2017
7pm – 11pm
Central Arts of Bedford
2816 Central Dr. #140, Bedford, Texas 76021
A range of my photographic prints can now be found for sale inside the gallery at the Central Arts of Bedford located at 2816 Central Drive, Suite #140 in Bedford, Texas. here are just some of the prints available currently:
Texas Longhorns 1
Texas Longhorns 3
Quacked Up pair
This weekend on Saturday June 10, 2017, the gallery is having a special themed show “Art & Food Products” from 7pm – 11pm, I’ll be on hand for at least the first couple of hours. Feel free to stop on by and say hi, and check out all the art on hand.
Tired of seeing my images on your computer screen? Those in the Dallas/Fort Worth area can head on down to the Grapevine Convention & Visitor’s Bureau (636 S Main Street in Grapevine, Texas) to see my work as well as many other talented artists (painters, photographers, jewelry, ceramics and more) at the GAP at the Grand Gallery Exhibit. Peruse the art, and if you’re so inclined you’ll find loads of lovelies for sale.
The Show Runs April 3-April 28
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Sunday: noon – 5 p.m.
Here’s a modest sampling of what you’ll find.
Don’t forget, that Saturday April 8th there’s New Vintage Wine Trail will be taking place on Saturday, April 8th from 11am – 5pm and it looks like members of the Grapevine Art Project will be planning on some artist demos on this day. It only costs money if you decide to purchase a ticket so you can drink while you peruse the historic downtown area, the exhibit area is always free admission during the show.
I was recently notified that there will be some slight changes to the duration of the upcoming art show I’m participating in held at the Grand Gallery inside the Grapevine Convention & Visitor’s Bureau (636 S Main Street in Grapevine, Texas).
The new dates of the show are from April 3 – April 28, 2017.
Due to this date change, this means the show will not run concurrently with the GADA (Grapevine Art Dealers Association) Art Walk scheduled for May 6. However, the New Vintage Wine Trail will be taking place on Saturday, April 8th from 11am – 5pm and it looks like members of the Grapevine Art Project will be planning on some artist demos on this day.
I hope you’ll come check us out!
Two of my pieces (Monet’s Dream – a lovely photograph of some water lilies, and Keeping Beezy – two bees on a giant pink flower) have been moved upfront to the window display at RiverWinds Gallery at 172 Main Street in Beacon, New York.
Not in the area? No problem, the gallery is to assist mail order customers.
Great news! I’ll be represented in an upcoming show at the Grand Gallery inside the Grapevine Convention & Visitor’s Bureau (636 S Main Street in Grapevine, Texas) from
April 3 – May 6, 2017.
The exhibit culminates on the evening of May 6, which just so happens to be the GADA (Grapevine Art Dealers Association) Art Walk where multiple galleries are open with many artists present, and a number of demonstrations will be happening.
Stay tuned for more information!
Several of my pieces are currently available at RiverWinds Gallery in New York.
- Quoth the Raven – boldly features a raven from the Tower of London. The photo shows every individual feather, every contour, the ridged eye, the delineation of the beak, and even drops of water beading on the Corvus.
- Monet’s Dream – showcases water lilies framed by wind-agitated water reflecting the partially cloudy sky amidst the looming branches of tall pine trees.
- Keeping Beezy – stars some contented pollinators. Not only is there great color in this piece from the beautiful pink bloom, but you can see the veins in the wings of the bees as well.
Since it’s so hard to fully see the detail in these photos showing the works in situ at the gallery, I’ve also included the images, unencumbered, so you can see what’s framed behind the glass better in the slideshow below.
RiverWinds Gallery is located at 172 Main Street in Beacon, New York. They are also happy to do mail orders as well, so if you can’t visit in person you can always call them to inquiry at: 845.838.2880.