Pictured here is
Shapes in Motion.
I’m pleased to announce that I’ve been accepted into
SEYMOUR, a program of the Garrett County Arts Council in cooperation with Simon Pearce.
SEYMOUR is a virtual marketplace held in conjunction with Garrett County and Deep Creek Lake’s annual Autumn Glory Festival. The marketplace goes live on October 7th through October 21st.
Stay tuned for more details.
In case you missed my
Virtual Studio Tour page, here is my first video recorded artist talk, featuring the piece, Long Iron.
Depending on which part of the lake you’re familiar with, you might recognize
A family store and gas station, known as Schmidt’s Service Station, used to sit at the corner of Turkey Neck Road and 135 near the southern end of Deep Creek Lake. At one time, we could stop in for a loaf of bread, eggs or other items when passing by. Corner Store. Corner Store is included in the Deep Creek Lake and Garrett County Gallery.
Deep Creek Lake and Garrett County themed art for the virtual tour, we created a gallery for this work on Fine Art America as well. In addition to the artwork featured in my Deep Creek Lake and Garrett County original art sale, you will also find images of originals that have sold. Click here to visit the gallery.
If you like one of my images, but the original is not available in your preferred size or material, you could consider making a print of the picture.
, pictured below, is an original on paper sized at 9″x12″. The Edge Fine Art America offers it in a canvas print as large as 22″x30″.
If an original such as
, measuring 3’x4′, is too large for your liking, it can be purchased in Cutting Edge smaller sizes and formats.
Other fun products include phone cases, tote bags and shower curtains to name a few.
Finally, I wouldn’t necessarily call it a “fun” product, but if you are in the market for a creative face mask, they offer those as well.
Have some fun
browsing the gallery. If you see an image, but don’t see it as the product you are looking for, please let us know at email@example.com.