Several new works going to the Clio Art Fair in NYC September 9 - 12 are abstracted landscapes. Inspired by drives through green canopied roads, past hillside farms, and under massive stretches of blue sky. The route to my day job over Maryland country roads sets me dreaming and I'm kinda obsessed with capturing what I see in abstracted form. A total of 50 works of a variety of inspirations, are NYC bound. Most are 4 x 4 inch like the nine below.
Three mosaic minis made it into a show! From June 11 through August 29, three works will be on display in the juried show, SHINE, at the Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center in Solomons Island, Maryland. Juried by Erika Wright of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Laboratory, the show is all about light as a subject, as a concept, and as an element of the physical work itself. 2D and 3D work will be on display. Reception June 11th from 5:00 - 7:00pm.
The three mosaics, part of a series of 5, were inspired during road trips last November. Dramatic skies viewed through the bold verticals of bare trees sent me running to the studio. Read about them in the SHINE virtual booklet pages 61 - 63.