Some of my artwork is on display at Pittsford (NY) Town Hall until the end of June.
I have been doing a series of casual 6 x 6’s in various media, usually on the back of scrap or abandoned paintings. I didn’t sign any, with the thought of taking them to the RoCo 6x6x2014 show.
The first three are from a Farm Sanctuary calendar, the cub was from some magazine, and the other three are my own photos.
Some artist friends and I have paintings up at our local Finger Lakes Coffee Roasters cafe in Pittsford Plaza. We’ll be displaying there until February.
I entered three paintings in this year’s art show.
This is another rescued cow at Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen.
It’s an odd view, but I sort of liked the yin-yang thing.
I’ve been asked by ARAUNY, a local animal rights organization, if I’d like to sell my animal artwork at Greentopia, a big environmental fair downtown in September. The idea of sitting at a craft fair table for an entire weekend makes me want to crawl out of my skin, but I think this would be a good match for me since animal rights motivates so much of my art and I had been trying to think of a promotional outlet for it. I don’t expect a large number of sales, but am hoping I can make some connections and get some exposure and creative ideas.
We haven’t ironed out the details, but I figured it couldn’t hurt to get a start on some more works of the subjects I want to highlight at this venue: farm animals. You can see more of them at the “Barnyard” link above.
This young cow was rescued and lives at Farm Sanctuary near Watkins Glen.