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Bluish Blue Wish/Holy Moly, it’s Third Friday.

I am just delighted to have had two paintings (pictured below) accepted into “Holy Moly- Religious Commentary in Contemporary Art,” an exhibit opening this Friday June 20 at Niza Knoll Gallery in Denver. The show will run from June 20 through July 26.


“Wedding at Cana” 18″ x 18″, oil on canvas, $575


“Prodigal,” 30″ x 24″, $825

I will also have my studio open this Friday through the modern miracle of cloning (or maybe just a very nice husband who has agreed to sit the studio while I pop out briefly to the Holy Moly opening), so if you are in the neighborhood or perhaps already in the same Fresh Art Building, visiting the opening reception of Rolf Helland and Earl Chuvarsky at CORE New Art Space, please come in and say hi!


Also here is the last little painting I have finished. “Blue Wish,” oil on canvas, 8″ x 8″. It’s about time for me to get serious and start sinking my teeth into some bigger canvas in preparation for my fall show.


The Blue Wish, 8″ x 8″, oil on canvas, $135

All is Well

“Miss Kitty,” oil on wood, 6″ x 6″.

I will be concentrating more on these tiny paintings now in preparation for the Art Students League of Denver‘s Summer Art Market on June 9th & 10th.

I am proud to be sharing booth #33 at this art fair with the fantastic artist Claudia Roulier.

I am also happy to have a painting included in “Renewal” at Niza Knoll Gallery.

In short, all is well- spring always brings me a bit of hope and the sunshine feels like an answer to a prayer.

There is an unseen collaborator in the little painting above and to him I say- some flowers are too pretty to be squashed. And thank you for everything:)