As much as I loved our tour of the Mediterranean, it’s great to be home. I’m getting ready for my fall shows, and Wednesday of this week a wonderful cool front arrived in Mathews that gave us fall-like temperatures. What a relief from the heat and humidity we’ve been having all summer! It’s really put me in the mood for fall.
Harvest at the Stone Cottage depicts the Stone Cottage Inn (c. 1840), located in historic Winesburg, Ohio. It will be released during my show with Berlin Creek Gallery in Berlin, OH, September 13-14. Winesburg is close to Berlin, and I fell in love with this little cottage when I saw it. For more information, please contact Berlin Creek Gallery at 330-893-2686.
Fun at the Ole Time Festival depicts historic Edinburg Mill in Edinburg, VA. It will be released as a giclée on paper during my show with King James Galleries of Winchester. We’ll be showing in Edinburg Mill during the Edinburg Festival, September 21-22. The mill was one of only a few to escape “The Burning” of the Shenandoah Valley during the War Between the States. For more information, please contact King James Galleries of Winchester at 540-869-9025.
Appalachian Autumn will be released during my October 11-13 Museum Show and Barn Open House. For more information, please contact the P. Buckley Moss Museum at 1-800-343-8643 or 540-949-6473.
Since selling my property in St. Petersburg, Florida, I’ve purchased a lake house near my daughter Mary’s place on Claytor Lake, which is in Virginia. My children are coming to help me move in this month. Don’t worry, my St. Pete friends! I’m still looking for an apartment down there so I can spend my winters with you.
My son John with the glorious white lilies he’s going to plant at my lake house for me. In addition to being a chef, John and his wife Maureen are horticulturists and love anything that grows. They will help me choose the right spot for these beautiful flowers.