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Hat Trick

For those of you who don’t know, a hat trick is three successes in a row, usually in a limited time. I am excited to announce that I have pulled an art hat trick with Jersey Shore magazine.

Their Spring issue featured my historical fiction piece on the John Minturn and a photo of The Glider. The 20 x 24″ oil also won a merit award at Pine Shores Fall 2016 show.

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Jersey Shore Publications Summer magazine issue included my oil painting “Lobster Buoys” a.k.a. “Maine Memories”.  This painting was purchased by a Maine resident and good friend. The buoys are back home not far from Acadia National Park and near the site where I first was inspired to paint them.

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I have just heard that the Jersey Shore Publications will be picking up third painting for their next issue. You’ll have to stop by again to see which one.

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THANK YOU! Jersey Shore Magazine, for supporting local artists and sharing their work!

Nothing to be Crabby about…

Today was Pine Shores Art Association’s Spring show reception. Over 50 pieces of art were included in this year’s show–all of them beautiful.  I do not know how the judge, Joel Tidey, was able to decide among this stellar grouping.

And… (drum roll please) I am thrilled to announce that “Are You Ready for your Close-up?” was awarded one of the Judge’s Awards.  This is one of my favorite pieces from this past year’s work, and my first crab, so this was a really nice surprise!  I have giclees on paper and canvas for sale of this one. The original is likely sticking with me.

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Everything Else

 

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I occasionally do one off paintings for various holidays, seasons, or just because…