Monday, May 14, 2018

Early May always comes with several connotations - signs of spring and the knowledge that the annual jury for the Internationally respected exhibition, Birds in Art, the flagship exhibition of the Woodson Art Museum, has taken place and the announcement of the works and artists who 'made the cut' is made. Since being named a Master in 2013, I've been able to avoid the jury process and just send in a work to be included at the opening in September. This year, that work is " 'Twas There I Spent My Callow Youth ", shown below, image size is 11" x 23". I'll be heading to Wisconsin and the opening weekend events for the 2018 edition of Birds in Art in early September to join those of the other 120 plus artists who will also be flying into central Wisconsin for that heady fall weekend of museum events.


2 comments:

Unknown said...

Looking, yet again, at my Spring 2015 issue of Drawing, I've realized that your style of drawing and your choice of subjects is very similar to mine.....except for the fact that you are lightyears beyond me. Your works totally reinspire me when I start to lag. My favorites are in your landscape gallery. Thanks for sharing your work.
Jim Habersetzer

Unknown said...

Looking, yet again, at my Spring 2015 issue of Drawing, I've realized that your style of drawing and your choice of subjects is very similar to mine.....except for the fact that you are lightyears beyond me. Your works totally reinspire me when I start to lag. My favorites are in your landscape gallery. Thanks for sharing your work.
Jim Habersetzer