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Dear Friends,

 

As I write to you weekly, I think of us as a family without bounds. We are not bound by time or distance. We share a common love of life and seek that which is good. We lost a dear friend this week who embodied all of these qualities of goodness. Mary Jane Dull Hoffman, a lifelong Virginian and mother to my daughter Mary’s best friend, passed away on July 19, 2018 at her home in Nellysford, VA. She was a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and my friend. She loved her church and her life at Glenthorne Farm, built in 1876. Living there, in the mountains with the spectacular views, made her happy. My daughter Mary and I attended the service and were touched by how wonderful her family has grown up to be.

 

Over the years I have worked with different people and groups. Together we have raised money, lent assistance or celebrated a special occasion.  I am always excited when I get to reunite with these friends. This weekend I will release a new print that I just completed for the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) that celebrates the 125th anniversary of the Beverley Manor Chapter. Saturday, July 28th, my daughter Patty and I will be attending the District VI luncheon at the Spotswood Country Club in Harrisonburg, Virginia for this print release. The print is specifically for the DAR but I am so happy with how it turned out.

 


In Celebration.  The three women in the foreground represent Beverley Manor’s first 3 members. Dressed in the fashion of the 1890’s, they are Mrs. Margaret B. Stuart Robertson, Mrs. Laleah Waddell and Miss Mary Julia Baldwin (namesake of Mary Baldwin University, Staunton, Virginia). Miss Baldwin was known for always wearing yellow. The Gypsy Hill Park gazebo is in the background and the 2 dogs are representative of “Ham and Jam” from the Mary Baldwin University campus.

 

Following on the heels of the DAR print release will be another new print release titled Dawn at the Cape. Many of you will recognize this famous Cape Hatteras landmark. I’ve had a number of requests to paint this lovely lighthouse again. This print will be available for purchase beginning August 3rd at the Steppin’ Out Festival, held annually in Blacksburg. If you’ve never been to this festival, I highly recommend it. Steppin' Out features over 200 artists and crafts people from around the United States selling unique handcrafted items. There will also be a talented lineup of musicians on 3 stages performing. There is no shortage of food vendors either! Following this 2 day event, I will be in the Blacksburg Gallery August 5th from 12-3pm for their Summer Open House.  I hope you can come!

 


Dawn at the Cape will be available in two sizes, IS: 8-1/2 x 13-1/4 ins. for $95 and IS: 12-3/16 x 19 ins. for $195.

 

Until next week,

 

Love,




 
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