Friday, April 25, 2008

See Bus Drawings in Person!

Hello Everyone! 

Just a quick blurb to let you know that I will be showing these drawings in my show that opens Friday May 2nd at the Common Wealth Gallery at 100 S. Baldwin St. here in Madison, WI. The opening is from 6-10pm, and will also include sculptures and photographs I have been working on this year. Also showing will be recent work by Katarina Riesing. 

If you come to the opening, I will have reproductions of my first postcard bus drawing that you can pick up and mail to a friend! Also, we'll have some good eats on hand. This event coincides with MMOCA's "Gallery Night" which only happens twice a year. You can check the MMOCA website for a complete listing of events at:

So get out there and support our local art scene! 

Hugs and Kisses,

Thursday, April 24, 2008

April 22, 2008

"Lower Falls and Grand Canyon, Yellowstone National Park: A clear view of the 308-foot falls viewed from Artists Point."

April 22, 2008

"The Atlanta Skyline featuring the capitol at Washington Street. A dazzling dome of gold leaf tops Georgia's seat of government. It is one of only two state capitols in the U.S. like it."

April 21, 2008

"Desert Verbenas on the sand dunes: It takes but a few spring rains to beautify the desert as far as the eye can see with these little purple flowers."

April 19, 2008

"Rocky shores and sandy beaches along the coast of Cap Rouge on the famous Cabot Trail, Cape Breton, N.S."

April 19, 2008

"Johny's Mobile Service, That Flying Red Horse: One of the finest service stations  on U.S. 287 between Fairbanks and Miami, is Johny's Mobile Service, located in the very heart of Dubois, Wyoming. Barely off the fabulous Glacier Wilderness Area, the Dubois area abounds with elk, deer, moose, bear, and the Bighorn Ram reigns supreme. Trout fishing is superb."

Side Note: You have to love a postcard of a gas station. Awesome.

April 18, 2008

"Grant Marsh Bridge carries Interstate 94 over the Missouri River between Bismark and Mandan, North Dakota. Named for Captain Grant Marsh who made the record 54 hour run down the Missouri with his steamboat, Far West, from the Yellowstone River and the Custer battlefield carrying wounded survivors past this point to Bismarck- a distance of over 800 miles."