A cousin in Boston recently had a photo of her living room featured in a decorating article in the Huffington Post. You can see my large etching called Catalpa hanging on the right side wall. It’s a favorite of hers.
The tree which on a foggy winter’s day inspired this etching is happily growing on our property. I can see it from my studio windows. It gets an occasional hug from me as it has been one of the most ethereal and well received works I have done. An esoteric tidbit is that spring revealed it to be a black walnut tree, not a catalpa tree. I had already sold prints from the edition, so the original title stuck. I’ve posted a picture of it taken today. You can see the kinky curve of the trunk through the leaves, the result of being chewed by a horse when it was a sapling.
Fall greetings from my studio.
I am looking forward to my upcoming exhibition, which will be on September 20th and 21st in Birmingham Michigan at the Common Ground’s Birmingham Street Art Fair.
An Environmental Funders Forum held at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery in conjunction with World Environment Day. My travelling exhibition, “Into the Woods”, was up in the gallery during this time and provided an appropriate backdrop to the event. I’ve also included a few pictures of the gallery installation.
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Exhibitions and News