Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who stopped out during the Garrett County Arts Council Artist Studio Tour! It was great to open the studio up again to the public. Whether you came to browse or purchase art, it was great to see you all.
We sold work that hadn’t even made it to the website yet, which is always a good thing. Below is By the Mark, which found its way to a new home.

By the Mark
Original Watercolor/Mixed Media on Canvas
36″x26″
Sold

The Pond at Lawton Stables

Hilton Head Island has been a gathering spot for our family for years. A wide variety of inspiration exists on this barrier island, from the beaches to grassy dunes, maritime forests, and wetlands. I posted some art from a vacation back in this post in 2020. 

One spot I like to paint is around the pond near Lawton Stables in Sea Pines Resort. Below are two pieces that developed after an afternoon of sketching around the pond.

Fishing
Original Watercolor
12″x9″
The Pond at Lawton Stables
Original Watercolor
12″x9″

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Family Affair

Does art run in your genes? I’m not sure, but here is some work from my grandchildren. I might be biased, but I’m impressed!

First up is”Dolly” from my grandaughter. She created this clay sculpture in her high school Studio Art class recently.

Below is “Urban Waterscape”, acrylic on canvas, by my nephew, a sophomore at Penn State. He created this in his spare time.

Sláinte!

Some of you may have celebrated this past weekend, and some of you may celebrate today. Either way, Happy St. Patrick’s Day! This year’s holiday seems to be giving way to a little bit of a brighter outlook as far as being able to get back to life as usual.

Continuing the theme of sharing my Irish art, we’ll finish up a few more pieces. To see my complete gallery of work based on travels to Ireland, go here.

The Castle
Adare Flute
Afternoon Session

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