The last few months have been a whirlwind, with the pace continuing into the holidays. This summer I volunteered to work with a wonderful group of progressives on Pat Strong’s NYS Senate campaign. Though Pat won our town, she lost to a well-entrenched incumbent. Thankfully the NYS Senate flipped, so it will no longer be the place where anti-corruption legislation goes to die.
It seems like the campaign ended just as the fall shows ramped up. Once I get through next week, I’m looking forward to settling down and getting some painting done! Here’s a rundown of where to find my work over the next couple of months..
The Saratoga Federal Credit Union has a small gallery space that’s managed by the wonderful organization, Saratoga Arts. About 12 paintings will be on display during business hours.
Dates: Now until January 4.
The Saratoga Arts Members Show is a wonderfully eclectic collection of work. My entry this year is this landscape of willows vibrating with color. My mother always pointed to these neon branches as a sure sign of coming spring.
Dates: November 10-January 4. Opening reception December 1.
A great place to shop for holiday gifts for creative people, Arlene’s Art Materials now has a rotating schedule of shows at their R Gallery. I’m thrilled to share a mix of old and new paintings/local food and landscapes through the month of December.
Dates: December 6-29. Show opening December 6 from 5:30-7:30.
Just came back from Merriman&Pfister, a wonderful gift shop in Delmar. They will be carrying a full line of Farm Share Studio cards and prints. Besides my work, there’s an incredible array of beautiful holiday merchandise by local artisans!
Just dropped off this painting, You Are Here at the Albany Center Gallery Member Show which runs from December 7 - January 19. The opening reception is Dec. 7 from 5-8 pm.