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Oct. 30, 2021
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Winchester, VA
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Dear Friends,

 

Happy Halloween!

 

The warm reception I received upon my arrival to Canada Goose Gallery in Waynesville, Ohio certainly offset the brisk chill of the autumn air. We had a beautiful 2 days together and I am grateful.

 


Gallery owner Laura Deramus and I have been friends for more years than either of us will acknowledge. I always look forward to “catching up” at our annual fall show together

 


I was so happy to see Joan Schuermann. Like me she is a breast cancer survivor. She continues to work with Pals For Life, a local breast cancer support group
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Fellow P.E.O. Sisters joined me for this photo at Canada Goose Gallery. If you are not familiar with this organization, their mission of promoting educational opportunities for women continues to be their primary philanthropy. P.E.O. Sisterhood proudly sponsors six international projects, designed to assist women with their educational goals.

 

To close out a fun and busy October I will be in Winchester, VA at King James Galleries for a one day open house on October 30th. The gallery is located at 161 Prosperity Dr., Suite 104 in Winchester. You’ll find me there from 10 am until 3 pm. Both of my prints for release at this show are local landmarks with interesting histories.

 


The Berkeley Castle, Berkeley Springs, WV is the first of my new prints being released at this show. Construction of this castle began in 1885 by Colonel Samuel Taylor Suit of Maryland. A local legend says that he was compelled to build this castle out of love for his bride, Rosa Pelham. Historians in the area state that although there is little evidence to support this claim, it does make a great story. Colonel Suit’s original intentions for the property was to have it as a seasonal get away to enjoy when he needed a break from his permanent residence in Washington, D.C. Sadly, he passed away in 1888 and never saw the completion of the castle. Locally sourced silica sandstone was used to build the structure.

Image Size: 9-1/2 x 14-13/16 ins., Edition 250 and 25 ap’s, $120.

 


My second print for release at King James Galleries is titled
, Winter at the Pritchard House, Winchester, VA. Built in 1854, this Greek Rival home was the residence of Samuel Rees Pritchard and his wife Helen. The land it was on had been in the Pritchard family since 1756. Samuel was a successful farmer and wheelwright up until 1862 when the property was overrun with troops from the north and south in the first of 2 battles. During this time, the house served as a hospital for the wounded.

Image size:  8-5/8 x 13-1/4 ins., Edition 250 and 25 ap’s, $95.

 

On November 6th Gallery Art Center in Columbus will be hosting a holiday gallery open house with me. How I have missed my Columbus area friends! I will have 2 new prints to share with you, one that will surely get you in the holiday spirit.

 


Ohio Bicentennial Barn, Delaware County, Ohio celebrates one of the barns that was painted for the Ohio bicentennial celebration of statehood. IS: 9-11/16 x 11-1/4 ins., Edition 250 and 25 ap’s, $90.

 


Slip Sledding Away was originally slated for release in 2020. IS: 7-13/16 x 12 ins., Edition 250 and 25 ap’s, $80.

 

 

Until next week,

 

Love,




 
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