Ink & Watercolor and a New Gallery
I’ve been experimenting with some new work, and having a lot of fun in the process.
This whimsical storybook art takes me back to my beginnings with pen and ink, but with the addition of watercolor. In addition, Nell and I have been collaborating on some paintings in acrylics with a somewhat fauvist look. They are inspired by the miniature whimsical pieces we developed for markets and festivals. More about that in a future post.
We now have work in a gallery in Galveston, Texas. Affaire d’art is located on Post Office Street in the historic district. We’re looking forward to working with owners Alicia Boles and Nikki Thompson.
In addition to Affaire d’art, I have gouache paintings displayed for sale at Gen’s Antiques in the historic Heights area of Houston, and another group of paintings displayed in the lobby of Pure Barre, a fitness studio also located in the Houston Heights.
In a couple of days, we will be moving the Mountaineer fifth wheel RV to the Liberty Hill area, a few miles west of Georgetown, Texas. (Austin area) While we will continue to be active at the First Saturday Arts Market in Houston, we also hope to become involved in arts activities in Georgetown. And, of course, we hope to resume our travels. We’ll keep the fifth wheel trailer parked, to be lived in as a home base, with the intention of doing our traveling in a much smaller motorhome.
We’re really looking forward to seeing what develops in the new year.