|Vernon at Dawn|
It looks like I have reached the end of peach season in my life. My last blog post helped me understand this. The dreams that I dreamed of thirty-four years ago have come true and now those dreamy beings are old enough to have their own peachy plans! I have to let them go. But not to worry. Autumn is my favorite time of the year and I have an autumnal pursuit to pour myself into.
Show Notes: I will have the painting shown above on display at the Courthouse Square Arts Guild's Members Show along with Foxhunt Morning. These two paintings were my demo paintings that I made while teaching Experimenting with Watercolor & Pastel at the Lexington Art Academy. Please see the Guild's website: www.csag.info for more information.
Also this week is the Paris Art Walk. Stoner Creek Arts will be hosting Creative Harvest at the Hopewell Museum, 800 Pleasant Street, Paris, KY. I will have two paintings there, Red Fencerow and Goldenrod Gone By. The Paris Art Walk is this Friday, September 23rd, from 5 to 8 pm.