It’s a good albeit dreary day in Shenandoah County! Hope this finds you well. A few things are happening that are worth sharing.
Join Us for an Afternoon of Barns and Awarness of our AgriHeritage at Swover Creek Brewery on March 31, 2-5 pm
For this event only, I will donate 50% of the sale of each artwork to the Historical Society’s barn program! If you’ve been thinking about acquiring a barn painting and care about what happens to our barns, this event will be the time you can make the most impact! 50% donation will take place during the event only. I hope to create some new, smaller works specifically for this event! Keep me in your thoughts, and we’ll see what I come up with! So excited about the Hay Bale Circle! (see below)
From Swover Creek’s announcement: “John Adamson will speak about Historic Barns of Shenandoah County. Artist Sally Veach will have some of her barn painting on display and for sale. We will have Historical Trivia with Zach Hottel the Archivist for Shen. Co. library. Also, hay bale circle - barn experiences story telling. Swover Creek Farms will donate $1.00 for every pizza sold on March 31. Come out and support our heritage.
Three Paintings Traveling to Thomas Deans Fine Art show in Atlanta
The paintings below will be selected among for the gallery’s Friends from Social Media exhibition, March 20- April 23, 2019. Reception: Friday 22 March 6-8 pm. From Thomas Dean’s website: Recognizing the importance of social networking in our lives today, Thomas Deans Fine Art presents a social network show, paintings by a diverse group of North-American artists brought together for the exhibition primarily through Instagram. Approximately a dozen established artists will participate in this beautiful and diverse exhibition.
Showing at Clay Arthur, Strasburg VA
These two paintings will be in the Clay Arthur’s Ameriprise Financial Services Barns of the Valley exhibit, 140 East King Street, Strasburg, VA through May.