I’m off to Washington State, on the other side of the country
and the continent, to attend the Puyallup Fair. I’m very excited
about visiting the Seattle area, and I’ve created four special
new prints that will be released while I’m there September 7-9.
I’ll be at the Pavilion each of those days from 10:30 a.m. to
1:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. to meet collectors and sign
my work. Prints and gifts will be available for purchase on the first
floor of the Pavilion, and a large selection of my original works will
be on display and available for purchase on the second floor. A special
thanks to Lakewood Gallery & Framing Company in Lakewood, Washington,
and Knight Visions Collectors Gallery in Bothell for sponsoring the
exhibit of my work!
Pat has done four paintings that will be released as print editions
in Seattle, Washington, during The Puyallup Fair. Denny Hall (top),
Husky Stadium (second), Mt. Rainier (third), and
Ride 'em Cowboy (bottom). Denny Hall and Husky Stadium
are located on the campus of the University of Washington.
I’ve found out that the weather is going to be
wonderful in Seattle the whole time I’m there. The temperatures
will be comfortable and no rain! I’m hoping to see some of my
old friends there, and I hope to make lots of new ones.
I’m very happy to be able to say that I got so much work done
while I was in St. Petersburg, Florida. I have so many paintings completed
that I can’t show them all in one newsletter. I’ll just
show a few now that will be released soon, and I’ll show the rest
closer to their release dates.
Vivian’s Antiques & Collectibles in Columbiana, Ohio,
will feature Al during its show with Pat on September 22. For
more information, contact the gallery at 330-482-3144.
Hang-Up in Omaha, Nebraska, will release Nebraska’s Sandhill
Cranes during its show with Pat October 5-6. For more information,
contact the gallery at 402-391-6440.
A Touch of Red is a general release print and will be available
early this fall.
This delightful image of a pair of otters is yet to be named but
will also be released this fall.
’Til next week…