Look what came in the post today!
I received my Sylvan Grouse Guild medal and certificate from the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society in the mail today! Oh how I wish I could have been there in person to receive it. It didn't lessen the moment though when I shared it with my family here at home. The medal is quite lovely and surprisingly hefty. I am grateful to the PWS for giving me the opportunity to achieve Sylvan Grouse Guild status, and honored to have the distinction of using the PWS-sgg signature. Back to my brushes.
"Quit now, you'll never make it. If you disregard this advice, you'll be halfway there." - David Zucker
I'm pleased to share...
I'm pleased to share that Juror Robbie Laird has included my painting in the 48th Watercolor West International Juried Exhibition to be held October 15 through December 18, 2016, at the City of Brea Art Gallery, 1 Civic Center Circle, Brea, California. Congratulations to all the accepted artists! Back to my brushes.
"Only the poet can look beyond the detail and see the whole picture." - Helen Hayes
I'm pleased to share...
I am pleased to share that I qualified for the Sylvan Grouse Guild medal at the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society's 37th Annual International Exhibition! Unfortunately I wasn't able to attend, but I look forward to receiving the certificate and the medal in the mail. It will certainly have a place on the mantel. I'll post a photo when I receive it. Thanks again to the juror of selection Paul Jackson, and the juror of awards, James McFarlane, President Emeritus of the American Watercolor Society, for awarding my painting "A Measured Response" an Honorable Mention. Back to my brushes.
"Love and magic have a great deal in common. They enrich the soul, delight the heart, and they both take practice." - Nora Roberts
I'm pleased to share
I'm pleased to share that my painting "A Measured Response" in the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society's 37th Annual International Juried Exhibition has been awarded Honorable Mention. Many thanks to the awards juror, James McFarlane, President Emeritus, American Watercolor Society, the juror of selection, Paul Jackson, and to all of the PWS volunteers. If you are in the Millersburg, Pennsylvania area be sure and stop by the Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art to see the exhibit which will be on display from July 5th through August 27th. Back to my brushes.
"Art is a step from what is obvious and well-known toward what is arcane and concealed." - Khalil Gibran