I’m famous now! OK, maybe not. But, I was part of a group interview for a feature article in Northern Virginia Magazine on the W&OD Art & Artifacts exhibit currently on display. Here is a link to the article. A big thank you to Joanna Estes, who provides PR for artists and arts organizations, and who coordinated this interview! I highly recommend her – email@example.com
From November 5th – March 31st, check out the traveling “Art and Artifacts of the W&OD” exhibit that celebrates the W&OD trail and railway. The schedule is as follows:
- Franklin Park Arts Center, Purcellville, VA – Nov 4th – Dec 5th
- Purcellville Train Station, Purcellville, VA – Dec 5th – Jan 6th
- Loudoun County Government Center GALLERY ONE, Leesburg, VA – Jan 6th – Feb 28th
- Trailside Middle School, Ashburn, VA – March 1st – March 13th
- Meadowlark Park, Vienna, VA – March 13th – March 31st
I’ll have two framed watercolor paintings in the exhibit – one of the train station in Purcellville, and one of the location in Ashburn by the BBQ restaurant. Both framed original paintings are available for purchase for $100 each. Prints are available for purchase here.
This portrait drawing was given to celebrate the Dad’s college graduation! The photo that the drawing is based on was taken at his thesis presentation, where he proudly holds his newborn son. This drawing is an 8″ x 10″ on paper, drawn with artist graphite pencils.
During the month of November, my wife, son and I visited Algonkian Park and Riverbend Park here in Northern Virginia. The fall is just such a beautiful time of the year, so I thought I’d share some photography:
Springtime along the Potomac is beautiful. The combination of the blooming flowers, trees, and temperate weather makes for great hiking and/or kayaking.
This oil painting measures 8″ x 10″ and is painted on back-stapled, gallery-wrapped canvas that comes ready to hang on your wall!