My Floralscapes are now available on face masks…. scroll down!
Just because the corona virus threat has us all hiding behind face masks when out of the house, or keeping us home to experience the world only on our screens, doesn’t mean that art exhibits have had to stop. They are now online until its safe to socialize again. I am currently in a couple of exhibits that you might enjoy virtually attending.
Northwest Watercolor Society, NWWS
The above succulent painting was juried into the 2020 Waterworks Members Exhibition. The whole watercolor show can be seen online HERE until July 31. The juror, Birgit O’Connor, a painter that I’ve admired for years, offers commentary in a video about the selected paintings. My painting is discussed around 4.5 minutes into the presentation. Be sure to vote for People’s Choice!!!
American Women Artists, AWA
I’m thrilled to be a new member of American Women Artists and to be one of the 125 acceptances out of nearly 1400 entries into their current show with my painting Sedona Agave #2. You can see the complete show HERE with women artists of all media. This large watercolor is a sister painting to the Sedona Agave #1 that was in the recent CVG show. Side by side they make an impressive diptych for a large wall area. These agaves were challenging to paint, controlling the huge shapes with my wet on wet technique for making the colorful neutrals.
We ALL need FACE MASKS now-a-days!
I spent the first couple of weeks of sheltering-in-place making face masks for my family and community. It was a lot of work but I had the tools and thought that was one way I could help. Now, Fine Art America, where I offer prints of my paintings on many products and wall art, has stepped up and is making face masks with artist’s images available to order! They are not N-95 rated but will add a layer of protection for you and those with whom you come into contact. You’ll feel safer and fashionable as well. Click HERE for a better view of the 48 face masks I’m offering. You can even customize them by editing the placement and scale of the image and/or choosing a different backing color. A beautiful face mask will make a unique and thoughtful gift for your friends and loved ones.
Here’s a screen shot of some of them with my images:
Take care, stay well. Enjoy the beauty and colors of spring while we get through these unusual times!
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Laura C says
Lovely masks!! So exquisite.