I’m pleased to inform you that two interviews about my work come out in October!
Lauren Heffker has written a wonderful article about my work for Country Roads Magazine. Lauren was a pleasure to talk to, and the article is very well written and quite complimentary. You can read the article at the link above if you aren’t in their area of distribution. They even chose one of my paintings for the cover!
I also get to be on t.v.! I will be included in a segment of LPB Art Rocks! hosted by Country Roads publisher James Fox-Smith. Dorothy Kendrick and Rex Fortenberry were great to work with for the filming. The episode will air Friday, October 4th at 8:30pm, and Saturday, October 5th at 5:30 across the LPB network.
I just finished delivering several new paintings to Graphite Galleries in New Orleans, and RO2 Art in Dallas! Both galleries have special events on August 10th, so if you’re around either city you should drop in and check them out. Below is a small selection of the works delivered to each gallery and information about the events:
It’s always a good time to visit the Masur Museum if you can, and until August 17 you’ll have the opportunity to see their exhibition Our Story: Over 50 Years of Collecting. It’s an exhibition of highlights from their permanent collection, including my piece “a man who invents himself needs someone to believe in him.”
Five of my newest paintings have arrived at Graphite Galleries in New Orleans. Contact the gallery if you are interested in any of these pieces. Remember to check out The Agora Borealis in Shreveport, or RO2 Art in Dallas. Happy Holidays!
“idealism helps” acrylic on wood panel, 13×13, $400
The Holidays are upon us, and we are all in the gift-giving mood. I’ve had several people contact me regarding artwork that they have seen on Instagram, Facebook, my website, or at exhibitions throughout the year. Whether you are looking to buy something for someone special, or something special for yourself, you can contact me or any one of the galleries below, and we can help you find what you’re looking for:
you really tried, acrylic on wood panel, 23×23, $700