Holiday show in Connecticut
Lots of my paintings in the Mark Twain Library benefit show in Redding, Conn.! I submitted two framed works, "Light Fall" (see below) and "Through the Grass" (at right). Both were accepted. The great thing about this show is that artists can bring their own "portfolio," or bin, of unframed works. Mine is packed full this year, with lots of new works. You can see some below.
The show is short: from Friday, Dec. 1, to Sunday, Dec. 10. It's always a very high-level show, show work by lots of excellent painters, so if you're in the area, it's worth a visit.
All three paintings I submitted to the Trinity Fall Show in Lime Rock, CT, were accepted. They made appearances in other shows this summer: Light Fall, Great Falls, and Mt. Everett and the Housatonic—all shown below.
Meanwhile, Swamp in the Fall, also below, is hanging in the Greenwich Art Society student show.
Best in Show!
Here's a lesson in shows and judges: The painting that didn't get into the Greenwich Art Society's spring Bendheim show, "Two Fields," won Best in Show at the Housatonic Valley Art League Member Show, on display in August in Great Barrington (at Jennifer Commons, for those of you in the area).
The judge for the show was Ira Barkoff, an abstract landscape painter from Washington, Conn. Take a look at one of the websites with his work, and you'll see why "Two Fields" resonated with him. Here's Artnet.
Also in the show is the Bendheim entry, "Light Falls," and a painting from this spring, "California Oaks."
Here's a video of the award presentation:
More show news
Another painting of trees was accepted into the Greenwich Art Society's summer show at the Flinn Gallery in the Greenwich Library—"Irish Oaks."
Three paintings were accepted into the Houstatonic Valley Art League's Juried Show, in July: "Swamp in the Fall," "Great Falls," and a companion to the Best in Show winner, "Mt. Everett and the Housatonic."
Giclee prints are a way to enjoy
my art for less. The prints are made by a New York company known for fine art reproductions.
If you like one of these paintings and would like a print send me an email.
- Signed 8x12-inch prints matted to 16x20: $120.
- Signed 12x18-inch prints matted to 18x24: $170.
The Sheffield show lives on...
For those who couldn't make it to my solo show at the Sheffield library last fall, my husband, Rob Jenter, made this video, which includes a tour of the show and a stop-action view of the party. Take a look! It's 2½ minutes.
The music is "Come Rain or Come Shine," arranged and sung by Rob (more of his music can be found at his website).