It’s almost time for me to head back to Virginia! The next Open
House at my Museum
and Barn in Waynesboro, Virginia, is scheduled for July 8-10; and, while
I love it here in St. Petersburg, Florida, I’m also looking forward
to seeing all my friends in the Valley and the surrounding area.
Pat has painted Baylor's Mill for the next Open House at
her Museum and Barn in Waynesboro, VA, July 8-10.
I plan to be home just in time for the 4th
of July holiday, so I can spend it with my Virginia children and
grandchildren. I want to remind the young ones why we celebrate Independence
Day and what this country stands for—freedom! I also want to teach
them gratitude and respect for those who keep us free: the men and women
in our armed forces.
The weekend following my Barn Show and Open House, I’ll
be in Fairfax, Virginia, for a show with The
Moser Gallery. Margaret Moser and her son Michael have represented
my work for almost twenty years, and I’m delighted that I’ll
be with them again July 16-17. I’ve created three special prints
for the occasion, each one featuring a prominent church in Fairfax County:
Vienna Presbyterian, Truro Episcopalian, and Annandale Methodist.
The show prints for Moser Gallery's show with Pat, July 16th and 17th.
From left: Vienna Presbyterian Ride, Truro Wedding,
and Annandale Methodist Visitors.
I’m still working on many more paintings for summer
and fall shows, so it’s back to the easel for me!