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Oceanside Museum of Art Exhibit

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Friday, September 10, 2021

Feature in Plein Air Magazine



 My series of Flower Fields paintings is featured in the September Issue of Plein Air Magazine! Thank you to Kelly Kane and Carmen Herrera.

Sunday, August 22, 2021

Oceanside Museum of Art Exhibit


                                                                                   

"Windbreak , Oceanside” is on exhibit  at the Oceanside Museum of Art. until October 10th as a part of the  Juried Plein Air Exhibit. 9 x 12 Plein air watercolor . Juried by Jean Stern and Scott W Prior>

Wednesday, July 7, 2021

110th Annual Gold Medal Exhibtion

 Dedicated to furthering classical techniques in painting and sculpting and encouraging their use in contemporary interpretations.

Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University

July 10 to August 14 2021






Thursday, April 29, 2021

Ode to Spring with Huse Skelly Gallery


Carlsbad Flower Fields 8 x 8
 


Color Fields 8 x 16

I thought these two were the essence of Springtime!

This is an  online exhibit with the Huge Skelly Gallery 

It  is an OnlineGalleryShows.com event from May 8 to June 15

Purchase here https://onlinegalleryshows.com/collections/ode-to-spring-huse-skelly-gallery/products/415775?fbclid=IwAR1BSlTyio7v3tOo3ieyUikOJHbV3NOxEaBqlagh5_63uVIrHgcn-LA-BTo


Monday, April 26, 2021

110th Gold Medal Exhibition /California Art Club

 











Springtime At the Lagoon 14 x 21
The coast of Southern California has a special quality to the fog-filtered light. Tiny water droplets in the air reflect the light of the sun, creating colors that are pale but brilliant. This is the light I was seeking to capture in "Springtime at the Lagoon"



July 10 to August 7, 2021
Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University, Orange, California

Since its 1909 inauguration, the California Art Club has been dedicated to promoting and supporting contemporary-traditional fine art through championing painting and sculpture featuring representational practices. The Annual Gold Medal Exhibition is the most vital platform for demonstrating the best of the realist genre. While participating artists employ time-honored fine art techniques, their featured works in this un-themed exhibition seek to innovate with modern messages that address societal issues from diversity to the environment.

In presenting the 110th Annual Gold Medal Exhibition with the Hilbert Museum of California Art at Chapman University, the California Art Club embarked on an exciting new partnership with this relatively new cultural institution. While our initial plans were to unveil our signature event in Orange County for the very first time, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we presented this much anticipated display on our website with a full slate of online activities and educational programs.