I can't believe we are almost through July of 2022 already. I feel like my weeks have been flying by with not nearly enough time to do all the things.
But that's life for most of us I think.
Sooooo, let's talk about what I've been working on and what's coming up!
I had two pieces in the Spring 2022 Art at the Mill show this year. There was tons of amazing art from all over and I found it really inspiring. I snagged a photo next to "I want to be Fearless" too!
Unfortunately neither of these pieces found their perfect home during the show but I have this one hung up in my office currently for safe keeping and I have added them and other pieces to my shop. ;)
I've been working mostly on smaller paper works recently, which unusually for me, have mostly been square works. A lot of them went up for a Paper Works show at the Washington Street Artist's Co-op in April and have since mostly come home with me for some in person markets and such. Which one's your favorite?
Thunderstorms and the Figure are both currently available at the Washington Street Artist's co-op in Charles Town, WV.
Speaking of Markets and Events though; I'm very excited to share that I was accepted as a vendor for the Mountain Heritage Arts Festival in September this year! My family has been attending this wonderful juried venue for the past 6 years or so. I almost always come home with a beautiful Handmade mug or other gifts for people rather for Christmas or Birthdays.
This year I'll have a booth with a lot of lovely knit hats as well as many of the paintings currently available and more. I'm also prepping brand new cards, bookmarks, and lots of prints so if you're nearby I hope you'll consider stopping by and checking out my booth and other amazing makers.
You can find out more about the festival here:
I'm taking a trip to Maine to see my best friend for the first time in over 2 years during August, so I might be kind of quiet for a bit again but I'm going to use the week to recharge and probably find some more inspiration. We're going to be camping in Acadia for a couple days during the trip and I couldn't be more excited.
In the mean time, stay cool, healthy, and I'm wishing you joy.
Thanks for reading as always and let me know if you're curious about anything like materials, techniques, etc.
What do you all want to hear about?
Catch you Later,