I want to share some exciting new developments for Spring, 2017:
I'm thrilled tell you that Marina Delaney and I have joined forces with the Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts to form The Cayuga Arts Collective, (CayAC), a group whose mission it is to build community fostering creativity in the visual arts. We have rented the basement of the Conservatory and are assembling an amazing group of artists at all levels, and a roster of classes and activities to further those goals. We hope you will join us in this endeavor! Check out our website: cayugaartscollective.weebly.com to find out more.
On April 1-2, Marina and I will be offering a two day workshop for teens, grades 8-12, called Art in Black and White. Day one, I will teach an intro to oil painting using black and white and the value range of greys to create a painting "en Grisaille". The following day Marina will teach how to create a wood cut print using some of the same principles. This program is being offered FREE thanks to the generosity of TCFA and the Trumansburg District Foundation. (There will be a $15 materials fee).
My exhibit at Creekside Cafe has been continued through the month of March. If you haven't seen it yet, go have a delicious breakfast or lunch, and see why it my favorite place to hang a show. If you like, you can arrange a studio visit with me across the street, at 15 East Main Street. (Call or a text me at 607 279 2161, for an appointment.). Creekside Cafe, 4 West Main Street, Trumansburg, NY. Open most days until 2:00 pm.
I also have a show hanging at the Padma Center for Natural Therapies. I'll be having an opening there on April 7, from 6-7:30 as part of Down Town Ithaca's Gallery Night.
Padma, 114 West Buffalo Street, Ithaca, NY.
Finally, I will have work hanging upstairs at the Trumansburg Conservatory of Fine Arts for the month of April. Come see world renowned guitarist, Pierre Bensusan, in concert there on April 7, (visit : tburgconservatory.org for more details), and check out my newest paintings.
Hope to see you soon!