Monday, January 25, 2016

I am very grateful for the outpouring of interest shown by folks from Sandusky and well beyond, old friends and new, who made the trip on a rainy Friday, January 15, 2016 to Carrington Arts Gallery to see my work.  It was a wonderful evening, full of happy conversations and warm colors on the walls.  Marsha Carrington really knows how to host an exhibition, and her work alone shone in the "playroom" display, while mine was featured on all other remaining wall space.  What an honor to be a co-artist celebrated in this show.  The gallery remains open for viewing and purchase 12 to 5 Tuesday through Thursday, and 12 to 7 on Fridays and Saturdays through February 20.  If you have not seen the exhibition, please come as I know you will enjoy it!

Meanwhile, Danny continues with golf, playing chess at Veteran's Home, serving daily mass, prison ministry and two newspaper carrier routes.  He is amazing and his battery never runs down.

I have been painting on my studio days 2-3 weekdays on average.  Here is my latest--another illustration for a children's book, Dragonfly Summer.  Susanna is a character in the story whose peculiar interest in the dragonfly is an important element in the story line.

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