July 18, 2017

How is teaching art to people with cognitive impairments different from other art instruction?

First and foremost, the facilitator is providing an opportunity for joy. Creating with paint and other media is in itself enjoyable and the end-goal is to enjoy the process. B...

June 5, 2017

Back from a road trip this past week. Twelve days ago we traveled to Ithaca, NY to celebrate my son-in-law's graduation from Cornell University, Returned by winding our way through New York’s Finger Lakes Region. Paused at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, then celebrated with...

May 22, 2017

As I come back to working large, I have been doing more sketches. I am an impatient artist and would prefer to dive in and just start painting. However when I just splash in, I dislike the results at least half the time. When you are working on larger canvases, it is p...

May 15, 2017

As a child, I've often viewed the orchards that stretch over the northwestern part of New York. We would whizz by in the car on our way to visit family in upstate New York.  The top part of the painting seems to melt into the lower part, maybe mimicking the residues of...

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CHICKEN HAIKU

Artwalk Reception

6pm-8pm, August 2, 2019

Page 158, Wake Forest, NC

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Golden Hour

August 1-30, 2019⠀
 "Golden Hour" is comprised of paintings that evoke similar feelings - delicate touches of nature, soft hues, and subtle textures. This show includes artists Samantha King, Dawn Rozzo, and Natalie George.

Centerpiece Gallery, Raleigh NC

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