Month: September 2021

It’s Showtime!

It looks like fall has finally arrived, and with it comes my busiest season! Last week, I had my booth set-up at the Ebenezer Covered Bridge Festival, and I have to say it was another phenomenal show! To all of you who came out to see me, your support is much appreciated. It always puts a smile on my face and in my heart. Next up is the Mt. Lebanon Artist Market this weekend on October 2nd and 3rd. My art booth (#214) will be located in the in the Academy Avenue parking lot. The closest address for your GPS is 620 Washington Rd., Pittsburgh

“Evening at Ebenezer Covered Bridge”

Sending out a big thank-you to everyone who reached out to wish me well in the art workshop I attended last weekend. Your good wishes paid off in many ways! Quite honestly, I never know what I’ll learn when I attend a workshop, but gathering together with other pastel artists is always inspirational. In my spare time, I worked on a new piece, hoping to finish it in time for this weekend’s upcoming show at the Washington and Greene Counties Covered Bridge Festival. It must have been all those creative vibes flowing – not surprisingly, it turned out to be the

Art Runs in the Family

I grew up in a very creative family. My father was a Jack-of-all-trades, and our family is full of musicians and artists.  For most of them it was a hobby, though there were a few who were able to make it a profession. I, of course, received the art gene and have been blessed to fulfill my childhood dream of making a living through my art. Many family members of the younger generation have also found ways to express that gene and make art a part of their lives.  Brittany has discovered her inner artist since the start of COVID.