I’m excited to say that I am on an actual family vacation – a road trip even! – to Washington DC this week. We are going for walks on the National Mall and getting in trouble for standing too close to paintings in museums (oh wait, that’s just me).
Next week we’ll head up to Maryland to visit my in-laws on the Chesapeake Bay. My husband Tim will make beautiful cyanotypes while my son and I run around and pretend to be sharks in the water.
This is the kind of stuff that refuels me and my artistic practice. I hope you’ll take some time for yourself this week too.
In the meantime, here are a few things from the studio:
Last chance to see my paintings at PTI airport in Greensboro before they come down on July 8th. They are at lower level door 5 (near the baggage claim). These works are available.
“Field and forest with violet and purple” recently sold. Some of my Tiny Landscapes are still available, and you’ll find them here.
Have you been to Storm King? For this painting in my Searching on the wind collection, an old friend sent me a photo she took while visiting Storm King in NY. Storm King is a remarkable sculpture park with a collection of mammoth artworks set in a wind-swept landscape. Ever since I visited it years ago with my husband, I’ve wanted to go back. You’ll find this painting in my shop.
“Storm King,” one of the paintings in my Searching on the wind collection.