The show No Small Thing is up through the end of July at George Marshall Store Gallery in York.
The Parsonage Gallery in Searsport has a small show (Devotions) of my work along with a great group exhibit.
Thos. Moser in Freeport has a huge splendid exhibit up now through January to accompany the forthcoming book by Carl Little and David Little, Art of Penobscot Bay.
In August one painting of mine will be in the Art of Penobscot Bay group show at the Blue Hill Public Library.
I have a few paintings up at The Hichborn here at home in Stockton Springs, and will have a few small works at the annual one-day Pie and Art Festival at the Stockton Springs Community Library in August as well.
Some of my paintings are at Littlefield Gallery now, and I will be bringing about fifteen more to Winter Harbor in early September, as a featured artist.
And at Landing Gallery in Rockland, I had a moderately successful solo show in June and the gallerists Bruce and Roberta keep some of my work up for the rest of the summer.
I also just added some paintings to the available work section of this website.
Meanwhile I've been out painting as much as the rainy weather allows, either in the car or close to home. As I come up on the two-year mark of losing my husband Ryan, I find myself struggling every day, but I am able to work somehow, and remain grateful for that not-so-small mercy. And the decades of good times that Ry and I had together. They live on in me and in our friends and family. We miss him so very much. He was the life of the party wherever he went. I count my remaining blessings and they are many, but oh I miss his companionship and good humor. I keep painting, for him and for us both.
One of the paintings in No Small Thing, at George Marshall Store Gallery: radiant morning, east from Searsport, Maine - oil/linen, 8 x 20", 2022. Maine = Wabanakigok. Thanks again, and peace.