I’m adding two sailing-themed pieces to my Featured Art gallery with Hiking Out and Heading Up. The gallery is a part of my 2020 Virtual Studio Tour. If you haven’t had a chance to check it out, you can view it here.
Depending on which part of the lake you’re familiar with, you might recognize Corner Store. 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 is included in the Deep Creek Lake and Garrett County Gallery.
A couple of weeks ago, I posted about the cancellation of our annual open studio event in conjunction with the Garrett County Artist Studio Tour. While we’re disappointed that we can’t open up for this year, we’ve come up with a few ideas not to let a year go by without some form of an event. Let’s start with a Deep Creek Lake and Garrett County art sale.
Every year during the tour, we like to offer some “show specials” in the way of either discounted prints, original art, or cards. It has varied from year to year, but it’s our way of thanking people for coming out. This year we have put together a virtual gallery of select original art featuring images from around the Deep Creek Lake and Garrett County area. All artwork featured in this gallery will be offered at 20% off the listed price. Also, we are offering free shipping within the continental United States.
If you are interested in purchasing a piece from the Deep Creek Lake and Garrett County gallery, here is how it works.
If you have questions, please drop us an email at email@example.com.
I’ve never tried kitesurfing, but I’ve had the opportunity to watch some action close up on a few occasions.