Thank you, Iowa, for the beautiful sun that came out and melted all the snow, making the roads clear and the day warmer for my fundraising event with Iowa Public Television last Sunday. Members of Rotary International volunteered to man the phones while I was on the air from around 6:20 p.m., and before that dear friends came to our reception and had their prints signed. I am so proud of all the Iowans who support public television.
Members of Rotary International volunteered to man the phones for my on-air fundraiser with Iowa Public Television on March 1.
The volunteers and staff members all seemed to have more than one job to do, but they brought it all together for a fun and profitable night for public television and well worth the trip in the middle of winter to the central part of our country.
What fun to be on the air with Terri Hale again. Terri was one of the on-air hosts for the evening. Pictured with us is this year’s print Regal Hunter.
The snow is almost over, and soon it will be spring. I have certainly missed Florida this year!
My snowy house on the Chesapeake Bay, viewed from my daughter Patty’s. You can see the bridge that I had built for my mother so she wouldn’t have to walk down the lane to visit me when she was staying there.
My next appearances will be with King James Galleries of Winchester (Virginia) on March 21 and with The Framery in Marietta, Georgia, March 28-29.
My College Memories will be released during my show with King James Galleries of Winchester in Virginia on March 21. For more information, please contact the gallery at 540-869-9025.
Starr’s Mill will be released during my show with The Framery in Marietta, GA, March 28-29. For more information, please contact the gallery at 770-977-8667.