I spent a few days in Mathews, Virginia, last week, proofing a new giclée of a winter landscape painting. I returned to Radford just in time for snow Saturday night, which was followed by more snow Monday night. I have about five inches with more to come, and my staff in Mathews says they have about six. It’s cold but beautiful and gives me a great excuse to hole up in my studio, where I’ve been working on a triptych of Shenandoah University for my show with King James Galleries of Winchester (Virginia) on March 21.
Working in my cozy studio.
Our Quiet Land will be available soon as a giclée on paper in three different sizes.
This triptych of Shenandoah University will be released during my show with King James Galleries of Winchester on March 21. For more information, please contact the gallery at 540-869-9025.
To all my Mossaphile friends (Mossaphile Chapter of the P. Buckley Moss Society), I’ll see you March 28-29 in Marietta, Georgia, for my show with The Framery. Gallery owner Barry Watson and I will be releasing a new giclée of Starr’s Mill.
Starr’s Mill depicts its namesake located west of Atlanta and Marietta, GA. It will be released as a giclée during my show with The Framery in Marietta, March 28-29. For more information, please contact the gallery at 770-977-8667.
Stay warm and safe!