May/June Solo Exhibition at Muse Vineyards in Woodstock, VA
(This post contains a lot of exciting news! Be sure to scroll way down!)
I'm very pleased to announce a solo exhibition of my work at the incredible Muse Vineyards in Woodstock, Virginia! My show, In the Element, will run May 13 -June 11, with an opening reception on Saturday, May 20, 3:00-5:00 PM. Muse is located in one of the famous seven bends of the Shenandoah River, nestled against the Blue Ridge Mountains, and across a low water or submarine bridge. Nearby is a swinging bridge waiting for residents to use during floods. You can also take a walk on it. Just getting there is thrilling, and Muses's setting is truly beautiful! Inside are award winning wines waiting for you, in a gorgeous tasting room fitted out in walnut handmade from a tree on the property.
If you have been wanting to see my work in person, now is definitely the time!
For more information contact Muse Vineyards! Hope to see you there!
The Field accepted into National Juried Exhibit at The Delaplaine, Frederick, MD
My painting "The Field" will be exhibited May 6 -June 18, 2017 in the 2017 National Juried Exhibit at The Delaplaine Visual Arts Center in Frederick Maryland. The opening reception (free and open to the public) Saturday, May 6, 2017, 3:00 – 5:00 PM.
In Her Garden She Cries Series to be Exhibited at Hess Financial in Harrisonburg, VA in June/July
I am grateful to be included in the Valley Art Project's exhibition at Hess Financial in Harrisonburg, VA during June and July. In Her Garden She Cries 1, 2, and 3 will be on display as well as Shenandoah Field. Please join us on Friday, June 2, 5-8 PM for the opening reception. There will be the work of several artists to enjoy!
Exhibition Scheduled for Summer or Fall at The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Winchester, VA!
This is such exciting news that, even though the dates are not finalized yet, I have to let it out of the bag! My work will be featured in their Art in the Halls program. Stay tuned for more details! The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley