The Virtual Left Bank StudioI've sold the "bank" building in Gilbert and am excited to go virtual with The Left Bank Studio and continue to create and make things! Please let me know what you are doing and we will update my goings-on here each week.
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Looking for products with a purpose, or the chance to create for a cause? The new page Creating for a Cause highlights a special collection of notecards, scarves, and bags featuring images from my artwork, developed to promote awareness and … Continue reading
(Updated) Registration has begun for the upcoming season of classes at The Center (Iowa City/Johnson County Senior Center, Iowa City, IA). I’m offering two series of classes that will start in January: Watercolor Landscape Workshop Watercolor Portrait and Figure Painting … Continue reading
(Above left) The postcard for this year’s Eastside Artists Annual Show & Sale features my cardinal painting. I sent them three to choose from, and they picked this slightly frumpy young bird with his feathers a little ruffled. (Above right) … Continue reading
We had a good day at Wheatsfield on Saturday! I’ve been introducing tote bags and scarves printed with my artwork, to complement the “Notecards for a cause.” Proceeds from all these items will go toward awareness of human trafficking, starting … Continue reading
I had a chance to see my stretched polyester prints in a grand space when I was one of several artists featured in a show at Grand Living at Bridgewater, in Coralville. This room is an area for performances such … Continue reading
Nationally-known watercolorist Janet Rogers served as judge for this year’s Iowa Watercolor Society (IWS) Annual Exhibition, and I attended one of the workshops she taught in conjunction with the IWS annual meeting. I have been teaching and drawing from a … Continue reading
I was Vice President of my high school class in 1963, so it was about time I was on the reunion committee! With our high school days getting more distant, I brought along ten “teachers” to help stir our memories … Continue reading