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Sellersville FUN A DAY 2020

Fun a day

I’m looking for artists to join this year’s Fun A Day. Artists and all creative types are invited to create everyday in January 2020. You can paint, draw, sculpt, knit, sing, dance, make videos, what ever you find enjoyable. By the end of the month you might have one completed project or you may have 31 separate creations. We will come together the second weekend of February to hold a group show at the Sellersville Musuem. 12-4 pm.

message me for more details or to let me know you want to join in the fun.

Lansdale September First Friday

It was a rainy first Friday and I got to try out something I have been meaning to do for a long time. I had my artwork displayed in the window of Love Obsessed, a local clothing  shop. I set up my easel on the sidewalk in front of the shop in the rain. I chose to not be under the awning so the rain could slide across my canvas. It was warm enough to wear just a hoodie and paint for 2 hours until I lost the light. People stopped by to check out my work and chat about my painting. I spoke with this woman,  Annie McCourt-Makaron, who was displaying her work across the street from me. (This First Friday, artists were showing in storefronts along Main St.) she recognized me from me painting around town. It turns out one of the paintings I had on display, featured her children that I painted nearly 10 years ago at a previous First Friday.  It seemed to me that this painting belonged to her, so I traded it for a piece of her work.  I also painted her into this one. She is the lady with the big hair.


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Lansdale Festival of the Arts


I will have a booth set up at the Lansdale Art Festival this year!

Make Art Not Friends

On July 13th I will be showing my collection of work created after my trip to New Orleans. This work includes watercolors and acrylics exploring themes of burlesque, drinking, death and the bayou.

Other artists in the show will be exploring various controversial themes through video, collage, fabric and prints.

You will have to come out to Exhibit B Gallery 105 N Main Street Souderton PA to see the works as the are not currently published online.



This was done at the Lehigh Valley Art Wars Battle in the Bethlehem Steel Stacks. It was the final battle of the weekend in which 16 artists were competing during the art fest. 4 of us were given the theme Divide just before we began painting. We had 2 hours to complete the painting. This photo is blurry but it’s all I have of the painting. I made it through this round by a combination of audience and judge votes. SO exciting! The next battle will take place some where in Emmaus.


Bible Illustration Slide Show

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Figure Slide Show

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Plein Air Slideshow

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Lehigh Valley Art Wars Art Throw Down

I made


I made it through Round 1 with this 11″x 13″ acrylic painting of the Bethlehem Steel Stacks. We were given the theme “casting” and then 2 hours to paint. I focused on the light casting different hues and shadows on the steel stacks. I even noticed a tree growing from one of the stacks. Round 2 will take place at the end of April.