I'm so pleased to have this full-page coverage in the Life section of the Rome News-Tribune for today, Saturday, June 13, 2020. The article is about my exhibit "Life in a Pandemic" which is on display at the Floyd Medical Center in Rome, Georgia.
I'm so honored to be the exhibiting artist at the Floyd Medical Center in Rome, Georgia from June 1 through July 31, 2020. My series "Life in a Pandemic/Balcony Series" as well as several other art pieces are on display.
With over 2,000 employees, the Floyd Medical Center is the largest employer in Rome and Floyd County, so I'm especially honored that so many healthcare workers will be seeing my work and I'm hoping it will inspire and brighten their days.
While no outside visitors are currently allowed, my exhibit will be displayed in the patient rooms via TV and also on the Floyd Medical Center Employee portal.
I'm pleased that two of my artworks "Evening Tea" and "Celebrating Spring" made page 22 of the May 2020 issue of the international art magazine "Living the Photo Artistic Life".
So pleased that my artwork "Nightlife - Balcony Series" was chosen as a tutorial for the Kaizen Project Group, which is a group of advanced digital artists under Sebastian Michaels, the creator of the popular Photoshop Artistry courses and the Awake course for digital artists.
I'm so very pleased to announce that one of my Balcony series images made page 5 of the April 2020 issue of "Living the Photo Artistic Life". This series reflects living life during a Pandemic and there are five images in the series - Social Distancing, Life Goes On, Snowy Night, Nightlife, and The Bird Feeder.
Below is the link for the magazine if you would like to copy and paste into your browser to see some wonderful art from around the world:
So pleased to announce that I will be participating in the Cedartown Civic Arts Commission Art Gala on March 28th at the Cedartown Performing Arts Center and I will have 4 pieces of art on exhibit at The Skellenger Art Gallery located there. The exhibit will run from March 28 to April 20th so if you are in the area please stop by. Dame en Rouge will be one of the pieces on display.