Wednesday, September 23, 2015

In just shy of two months, this year's edition of the long-running Waterfowl Festival on Maryland's beautiful eastern shore, will open. I believe this will be my 25th year of doing the large, group show and the next few weeks are going to be busy ones in the studio as I prepare new work. This is one of the recently completed works that will head to Easton, MD in mid November. It's always a beautiful, fall weekend in Easton with lots of great art and sculpture and carvings and much more to see and enjoy. Well worth a trip across the Chesapeake Bay. The show opens to the public on November 13th, with a benefactor gala on the evening of November 12th. Check out their web site to find out more.


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