Wednesday, July 22, 2020

From Flowers to Medieval Country




Yellow Flowers of Summer will soon be on it's way to a wonderful patron who is collecting my work and lives out in Oregon.  This is a limited edition photo print and she's got the first iteration of the work.  Only 24 more of these left folks.  Click here to get your copy.

I'm very pleased to announce that I have a piece of work in the virtual show at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts in Hopkinton, a town west of Boston.  Now this is a popular vote type of show so please go to their facebook  page and vote for my work!  https://www.hopartscenter.org/in-the-gallery/current-exhibition  this link should take you to the website and then it will ask you to go to the page on facebook. 

That same limited edition piece of work is featured in the UMVA Gallery on-line Summer Members show, but check it out here to see all the other wondrous art created by other members of the Union of Maine Visual Artists.


We all know that Bluegrass music developed from the Celtic immigrants who settled in the mountains of the south, right?  If not, click here.  Well how about taking a modern country song and putting a Celtic/medieval spin on it?  Ever heard this version of Jolene?  Click here.

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