I have been lax in updating my blog, and I know it. Life happened. As of my last posting, I was happily living outside of Boston, dreaming of escaping to the country, and somewhere between then and now, the impossible happened: I bought a house and studio in the country and moved two states away to try a new version of life. So here I am in rural Maine, trying to get my studio up and running, or at least up and limping, but mostly fighting with flat packed furniture and sighing at the pile of boxes currently hiding all my belongings from me. The studio is a mess--I'll post pictures eventually, but at the moment the only thing about it that says "studio" is the easel in the corner, so they'll have to wait. In the mean time, of course, the art world keeps moving. Sebbie and I got a lovely write up in American Art Collector's November issue: don't miss Sebbie along with work by Simon Balyon at Lotton Gallery in Chicago this November.
Also, Sebbie's headed out to Anderson Fine Art Gallery in St Simons Island, Georgia for the Oil Painters of America Eastern Regional Exhibition opening November 17th.
And "Catharsis" is making an appearance at the American Women Artists' National Exhibition in Tucson Arizona at the Tucson Desert Art Museum, on view now. And while we're on the subject, American Women Artists have elevated me to Signature status, which means more opportunities to show with them; I'm honored.
Well, that's all for now, but I should have more exciting news soon. Wish me luck in my crazy new adventures.