Month: March 2014

Celebrating Spring with New Projects

Now that I’m finally finishing up all my orders from the Home and Garden Show, it’s time to turn my creative efforts to new projects – and that means new paintings and more shows! First on my agenda this year is a new painting of a unique Pittsburgh landmark as it celebrates its 125th Anniversary. The Allegheny County Courthouse and Jail was designed by legendary architect Henry Hobson Richardson and built in the 1880s. It’s located on two city blocks between Grant and Diamond Streets and Forbes and Fifth Avenues. I’m pleased to announce that this painting will be the

It’s Not Really Work If You’re Having Fun!

As I finish up my 19th year at the Pittsburgh Home and Garden Show, I’m really happy to start getting my life back to normal, do some painting, and fill orders. Exhibiting at the Home and Garden show makes for a grueling couple of weeks, first with packing up all the art and display equipment, transporting everything to the Convention Center, and then 10 days of nonstop meet-and-greet for the entire run of the show. Then it all has to come down and be transported back home, where we then have to unload it all! Though it may seem weird,

My Biggest Show of the Year – And You’re Invited!

I can hardly believe another (eventful) year has come and gone! And just in time to help put this long, cold winter behind us, tomorrow is opening day for my biggest show of the year, the 2014 Pittsburgh Home and Garden Show at the David L Lawrence Convention Center Downtown, Pittsburgh. Because this is my 19th year at the Home and Garden Show, and to celebrate my 25th year as a Pittsburgh artist, I’m making a special anniversary offer for anyone who comes down to the booth to say hello – selected Lithograph prints will be 25% off! As I