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Dear Friends,

 

The arts have a way of providing communication where words fail. They seamlessly bridge the gap between different generations and provide a common ground for people of dissimilar backgrounds to share something together. I am grateful to have been an artist for over 50 years, and it warms my heart to meet new collectors. Such was the case at my recent show at Martin’s Gallery in Hanover, Pennsylvania. My shows there have become family reunions, but you need to know that this is a growing family.

 


Kara, was one of my many visitors to the gallery. She is a student at Penn State and was thrilled to find a PSU print.

 


Wonderful friends Mike and Cathy Gorsuch got me caught up with their family photos. Many thanks to both of them for assisting me throughout the day.

 


Updated Martin family photo, from L to R: Courtney (Adam’s wife), their son Jax, Adam Martin, Pat Martin, granddaughter Payton, and TJ Martin.

 


I have to share a picture of the hardworking members of the Lake Marburg Chapter of the P. Buckley Moss Society. Their friendship means so much to me and I am so grateful for their continuing efforts to make the world a better place.

 

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, “When breast cancer is detected early, and is in the localized stage, the 5-year relative survival rate is 100%. Early detection includes doing monthly breast self-exams, and scheduling regular clinical breast exams and mammograms.” As a survivor, I cannot stress enough how important it is to be aware and take care. Also remember that breast cancer affects men too.

 


I had the pleasure of meeting with the Virginia Tech Women’s Club. This multi-faceted group raises funds for many causes, which include breast cancer research and support, as well as college scholarships. From L to R: Madeline Hoge, Laura Hewitt, me, and Gretchen Flynn.

 

My daughter Patty will be accompanying me to my next show this weekend at Canada Goose Gallery in Waynesville, Ohio. Gallery owner, Laura DeRamus has carefully orchestrated this event, which includes a fund-raising dinner for PALS for Life, a breast cancer support group. We will also be releasing my new print, The Old School House. This school originally was known as Waynesville Schoolhouse #2 and served the community from 1891 until 1953. Children of all ages received their education there. In the early days, many of them arrived by an oversized horse drawn carriage designed to carry up to 25 students. Local residents are hopeful that a use will be found for this grand old structure. Currently it is vacant awaiting a new assignment.

 


The Old School House. $100. IS: 9-5/16 x 12-3/4 ins. Edition 250 and 25 ap’s.

 


Gallery owner Laura DeRamus and my daughter Patty in conversation in front of the gallery’s wall of my originals. My show hours are from 10 am until 5 pm on Friday, October 25th and Saturday, October 26th. The address is 97 S. Main St, Waynesville, Ohio. For more information, I encourage you to visit the gallery website at https://canadagoosegallery.com/, or call the gallery at 513-897-4348.

 

You may be thinking by now that I am never at home, but that is not true. I do, however, have one more story to share with you. On August 30th I released my New River Community College print in celebration of their 50 year anniversary. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this print were earmarked to benefit the college. I have since learned more about just how effective their efforts are in providing opportunities for local students to receive a college education. Their program called ACCE, an acronym for Access to Community College Education, makes 2 years of college available debt-free for high school graduates. This is a public/private partnership with the focus on economic development. I am proud to be a part of this effort and was really happy to attend a luncheon and meet the people that are the driving force behind this wonderful program.

 


NRCC Pesident, Pat Huber; me; Farron and Bill Smith, founders of the Edith Wilson Museum of Wytheville.

 

Until next week,

 

Love,



 
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