Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Biz-zz Bees

Spring has sprung, in Arizona!  I know my friends and family back east are still waiting for some non-snow weather. But, that has not stopped us all from thinking about spring-summer and art shows.

Marilu and I are busy getting work ready for April - May - June shows and thinking about shows for the fall too, Fine Arts in the Valley is just a few months away. But, before we go there, April is just around the bend. I have working that will be included in a show in Frederick, MD at the Griffins Art Center, hosted by Jeanean Martin. The works included in the show will reflect the inspiration from our time spent in New Mexico.There will be an Artists Talk April 4th from 7-9 and Opening Reception April 5th 5-8. The gallery is open Fridays 5-8, Saturday & Sunday 11-8. Located: 437 N. Market St., Frederick, MD (301) 637-0145.

Marilu & I have works in the Historic Burwell-Morgan Mill, Millwood, VA. The show opens April 26th, Artists Reception May 4th from 2-5 and last day of show is May 11th. The Mill is open Sunday - Friday 12-5 and Sunday 10-5. For directions and more information you can check out the web site: http://www.clarkehistory.org/art-at-the-mill.html

If you have not made it to this juried show, it is worth the drive. Beautiful countryside, horses, cows along the way, stone fences, tall oaks and the Mill itself is, well, just charming.

I have work going into the AZ Pastel juried show in Sedona, AZ. Opening reception April 19th. I will be at the gallery on April 29th from 10-5. I will have a demonstration of reductive pastel technique on the easel. 15 Art Barn Rd., Sedona, AZ check the web site for details and directions. http://www.sedonaartscenter.com

Marilu is also staying busy getting works ready for a solo show at the Nature Center in Laurel and I will be hanging a solo show at the Alumni Gallery at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. More to come on these.

So, us biz-zz little bees will keep on working and putting it out there. Hoping by April everyone will come on out to see our new works!!

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