2011 Artists

2011 Artists: Kathy Brusnighan, Jean Smith, Karen Newman Fridy, Phyllis Sharpe, Tom Edgerton, Scott Harris, Carol Hamlin, Vicki Johnson, Carol Meetz-Moates, Connie Logan, Jeanne Twilley, Alice Bachman,Rose Wenkle, Beverly Smith Wilson, Amos Westmoreland, Ron Curlee

2015 Artists: Kathy Brusnighan, Jean Smith, Phyllis, Karen newman Fridy, Vicki Johnson, Carol Meetz-Moates, Amos Westmoreland, Amy Cruz, Karl Fletcher, Nicci Mellor, Grace Carol Bomer, Pattie Anne Hale, Karen Shelton, Jeremy Sams, Sally Lambrecht, Wayne Epperly, Chip Bristol, Lee O'Hare, Sheila Williams, Carrie Bennett, Kathy Ammon

Monday, November 21, 2011

Holidays are here!

Today started out with a surprise in the mailbox...a beautiful holiday issue of Evergreene Magazine with one of my paintings on the cover! What a wonderful surprise...I quickly opened it and read the article that Marian Cowhig Owen had written. What a beautiful article about my art and the Art with Purpose show! I really am still a child at heart and I enjoyed every squeal of delight that I offered up with the turn of each page.....the magazine has so many wonderful articles and I have learned much about Junior League of Greensboro, as I curled up with the magazine and some pumpkin spice bread and just took it all in! Thank you ladies for all that you do for this community! It has been a pleasure working with you!
The show that was put together by Art with Purpose, "How do you paint Courage?" has just been moved to the next location, Randolph Hospital....I have not been able to see the show yet, but will do my best to drive to Asheboro and take some photos and get them to you! The paintings will be on display at Randolph through the end of the year. Then we will move to Winston Salem. We do now have the addition of Tom Edgerton's painting and we are really excited about this piece being on display for the holidays.
I am looking forward to the next phase of the show which will be the addition of 20 more pieces that will be divided and on display by April. But for now, I think everyone is thinking about family, big meals and the rush of the season....which is as it should be.
Now that Winterlight Gallery has closed and that was my homebase, I am taking some time to step back and look at my priorities for the coming year....this I know....art has to be about more than just painting something for pleasure, or to sell......for me, art has to stir the soul, heal the heart, and bring the Kingdom of God which is Love, Joy and Peace....

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