Hey, all my Iowa friends! Tune in to Iowa Public Television (IPTV.1) at 7:00 p.m., Central, on Sunday, March 3, for an update to The Lady Behind the Brush, with new footage of me in my St. Petersburg studio and at gallery shows in Iowa. I will appear live on TV during the pledge breaks. For a minimum pledge of $125, you can receive my new giclée Dinner in the Cottonwood Treetop, which features the famous Decorah eagles.
Dinner in the Cottonwood Treetop features the famous Decorah eagles and is my fundraising print for Iowa Public Television.
My Hampton Roads, Virginia, friends should tune into WHRO TV 15 on Tuesday, March 5, at 8:00 p.m., Eastern, for a broadcast of The Lady Behind the Brush. I will appear live on TV during the pledge breaks; and, for a minimum pledge of either $150 or $250 (print is available in two sizes), you can receive my new giclée Day on the Chesapeake, featuring a Chesapeake Bay deadrise, sailboats, and ospreys. The program will be rebroadcast on Monday, March 11, at 9:30 p.m.
Day on the Chesapeake features a Chesapeake Bay deadrise, sailboats, and ospreys and is my fundraising print for Norfolk’s WHRO TV 15.
After my appearance with WHRO, I’ll be flying back down to St. Petersburg, Florida, for my show with the Finn Gallery March 8-10.
The P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children’s Education has donated a quilted wall hanging that features one of my hand-painted fabric centerpieces to Hospice of the Shenandoah to include in its Quilts of Comfort auction that will be held on Saturday, April 13, at the Cornerstone Church of Augusta (Virginia). This particular quilt was made by Brenda Dahl and Ellen Bloomberg of Burlington, Iowa. Half the proceeds from the auction of this quilt will benefit Hospice of the Shenandoah’s Gifted Care Program, and the other half will benefit my Foundation for Children’s Education. For more information about the fundraising event, please call 540-932-5037.
This quilted wall hanging was made by Brenda Dahl and Ellen Bloomberg of Burlington, Iowa. Half the proceeds will benefit the P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children’s Education, and the other half will benefit Hospice of the Shenandoah’s Gifted Care Program. For more information about the April 13th auction, please call 540-932-5037.
If you get a chance, go see the movie Quartet. It was beautiful, and I’m thinking of “making a reservation.”
From Our Society Cruise Coordinator
Gentlemen: If you want to avoid overloading your luggage by at least 10 lbs., plan to reserve your formal night wear through the Ruby Princess. It is an affordable, dependable way to ensure that you have a tuxedo, shirt, cummerbund, tie, and shoes for the two formal nights. Believe it or not, the clothes also fit! Please call Ada at Stacey’s Travel to reserve your tux (734-243-6330).