Monday, July 4, 2016

Loveland Library show

Tranquility (oil)
 The Loveland (Colorado) Public library has a program in which they showcase juried art to be displayed in their glass cases.  This not only gives the artists more exposure and a chance for sales but also gives others  a chance to view their artwork.  I applied last Fall for this program and have had several pieces accepted.  For the 3rd Quarter, my two originals, "Tranquility" and "A Walk to Remember" were chosen.  "Tranquility" is an original oil painting of The Loch, a hike in Rocky Mountain National Park.  The beauty of the alpine area high in the mountains is unsurpassed.
"A Walk To Remember" is a pastel done of an Autumn hike in Northern Minnesota.  I had fun with all of the Fall reds, maroons, golds and greens of the midwest.  Both of these original paintings are available for purchase although they must remain with the library show through September 2016.
A Walk To Remember (pastel)
 You can see more of my artwork online: 
Facebook page (open to the public) 

(a variety of my work: prints and cards available)  
(limited edition canvas giclees)

1 comment:

Linda said...

Your paintings are stunning! Warm greetings from Montreal, Canada. :)