Last year we took a wonderful trip to Cuba. We spent 12 days on a "people to people" exchange, touring the country and visiting artists studios, senior centers, historical landmarks, day care centers, fishing villages, museums and dance and music venues. The following paintings are faces and places from this fascinating country that touched me in some way.
Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Lost in Paris won the Julie Hoey Award for the year's annual WASH Open Show. My other
painting that was accepted for the show is Afterlife, a painting of the cemetery we visited in Lismore, Australia where my husband's great aunt is buried.
Thursday, March 30, 2017
I entered three paintings in the 2017 Sacramento WASH Members Show. Hand Picked got Best of Show!
|Which Am I|
From January 14 to February 25, my painting, On Vacation, hung in the 47th National Exhibition of the California Watercolor Association. This is my first national show! It was fun to go to the opening in Pleasanton with family and friends.