Category Archives: framed artwork

Familiar Details on a “Dead End” Street

I love snowy winter scenes, blue morning shadows or brilliant sunsets, snowfall, surprise bits of color. Winter has long been my biggest inspiration for landscape painting. And I also love a row of houses in the sun without snow, the bare trees, the long shadows, and this dead end street has so many familiar elements. […]

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The Last Two Farmers Markets of the Season, September 17 and 24

I’m finally going to make it back for the last two Farmers Markets this season. Sunday September 17 and 24, 2023 Carnegie Farmers Markets I’ll have all my feline and nature gift items and select art and prints 40+ vendors Dozens of local businesses open food trucks, music Sundays Noon to 3:00 p.m. Main Street […]

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It’s Farmers Market Time! Main Street Carnegie Beginning July 9

Starting Sunday, July 10 through the end of September, join us for the Carnegie Farmers Market on Main Street from noon to 3:00 p.m.! I can’t wait to start! Sundays July 9 through September 24 Carnegie Farmers Market I’ll have all my feline and nature gift items and select art and prints 40+ vendors Dozens […]

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Pittsburgh Botanic Garden Spring Artisan Market April 30, 2023

Pittsburgh Botanic Garden Spring Artisan Market April 30, 2023, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. This is nature and wildlife focused, if you’re local I hope to see you there! It’s my first time at this event and I’m really looking forward to meeting this audience! The event is planned to be both indoors and out, but since […]

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Walk in the Woods, Especially in Autumn

“Walk in the Woods”—that’s not just an idea, that’s an imperative! Take the time, go and do it! I’m so glad I did. Time was running out for the amazing leaf color in October 2022, and I’d really wanted to take some time more than once when the leaves were at their prime to at […]

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Sold Original, “Sunday Morning,” and That Exhibit

  You may have noticed one of the paintings I shared in my last Artist’s Life post, “Sunday Morning,” a sold original. The woman who purchased it sent this photo of it on the wall and it looks like a catalog photo, it matched everything so well. Plus I’ve been hanging art in all subject […]

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25% Off Select Original Feline Artwork

Six original feline artwork paintings and five block prints are discounted 25% with discount code ORIGINALART25 through February 28, 2023. Why spend extra money on an original when a print looks nice enough? Looking at the original artwork that was done by hand is very different from looking at a print. I’m careful with preparing […]

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“Light Into Darkness” Exhibit Submissions

The North Hills Art Center is hosting a themed exhibit, Light Into Darkness, to benefit local non-profit Veterans Leadership Program. I dropped off my artwork earlier this week. The opening is February 11, and if you’re local stop by for some wine and cheese and some really beautiful art from what I saw of the […]

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Stark Winter Sun on a “Dead End” Street

I love snowy winter scenes, blue morning shadows or brilliant sunsets, snowfall, surprise bits of color. Winter has long been my biggest inspiration for landscape painting. And I also love a row of houses in the sun without snow, the bare trees, the long shadows, and this dead end street has so many familiar elements. […]

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Summer and Winter in Exhibit Submissions

It’s the first art call of 2023: I dropped off submissions at the North Hills Art Center for an exhibit at Northland Library. It’s not a juried show, just artwork that will hang in the library and is for sale. Exhibits usually have a three-year limit for submissions, meaning works you’ve created within the past […]

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