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left: Big Bradley Falls, North Carolina, 2018 Mixed Media on Linen, 38 X 50"
right: Split Birch and Bluestone, 2017 Mixed Media on Linen, 38 X 50"
Momentum Art Gallery, Asheville, NC
Announcing several paintings in a lovely group show at Momentum Gallery opening August 30, 2018 and on view until October 31. -- I'll be showing new works including large-scale paintings and panoramas. We chose a variety of works to include large medium, and small paintings.
I will be in Asheville and will be happy to talk with everyone at the First Friday event on October 5 in the evening. This Gallery likes to throw a party!
Christie’s International Real Estate Magazine
Art & Design Issue: Pages 60, 61 & 62
I am happy to announce this article by Nioni Meakin on innovative approaches to watercolor painting is featuring three full pages of my images. I made a 16 X 12” watercolor work as an exclusive for Christies. I’ll be keeping the painting for my own collection, but have commissioned Woodstock Graphic Studio master printer Richard Edelman to make a giclee edition of it. The magazine also shows two available watercolors, “The Blue Hole” and “Light and Dark, Light and Heavy” both at 16 X 12”. Laura also photographed me at work at the easel on a mixed media work called “From Boulder” recently sold by Momentum Gallery, Asheville, NC. Photos are by Laura Moss and art direction by Michael Branthwaite. I spent a beautiful day at Plattekill Falls preparing for this publication. The photo of me at work at the waterfall was taken by MIchael Branthwaite that day. It was a pleasure to speak with Nione and to meet and work with Laura and Michael here in Woodstock. I am thrilled about this article.
Ann Connelly Fine Arts in Baton Rouge, LA is now representing my mixed media works. They quickly placed two paintings into the collection of the Albemarle Corporation in Charlotte, NC and Houston TX. I am excited to be included in their stable of artists. A recent painting, “Ever Since Rivers Were Made” at 54 X 60" is now in Louisiana to join “Boulders and Birches” in the gallery. I look forward to making new friends and finding new collectors with help from Ann Connelly Gallery in this elegant new setting.