A few notes about where to see my work this fall. First, Landing Gallery in Rockland has a good selection of my work up, through Christmas. My solo show there this summer was a success and I am so happy to say that we will be teaming up for another solo show of my new work from Schoodic and Mount Desert Island, in June of 2017! The paintings for this show are completed and I am going to frame them this winter, while working on some new projects. I have just added a new Schoodic section to my website, too - some of these paintings are already sold and some are on hold for my solo show. More details about the show in the spring.
In the meantime, two of my paintings of Schoodic are in a wonderful group show curated by Carl Little, at the Northeast Harbor Library for the month of October. The show complements the new art book by Carl and David Little, Art of Acadia, from Down East Books, which I am thrilled to be included in. Here's the painting that's reproduced in the book - a painting I've been studying for several years in my studio, ever since making it:
And last but not least, I will have seven paintings in another group show that I'm very happy about - for the past decade I have been going to Islesboro for a week every September to paint with a group of friends at the house of artist Brita Holmquist. This year was the first time in ten years we haven't been able to get together, because of Brita's health. She is now on the mend, thank goodness, and we are celebrating and having a group show together, which opens at Elizabeth Moss Galleries in Falmouth, Maine, on November 17th (the opening is from 5-7 p.m.), and will be up through the first week of January 2017. Brita is having a solo show there right now, not to be missed!, and our group show will follow. Here's one of the paintings that I will be delivering to Elizabeth Moss in a few weeks, for this show:
That's all for now - except to say THANK YOU to friends, family, art collectors, and other supporters, who viewed, commented on, and/or bought my work this year! I appreciate it more than you will ever know!