It's always a pleasure to meet customers at galleries, school shows or the Franklin Art Scene.
Here are a few photos of how customers display my art in their homes.
If you are a customer and would like to send me images, please do!
Heather's home is painted a lovely shade of blue/gray to match her cat, Bleu's coloring. Bleu is a ragdoll breed and as mellow as a ragdoll.
The wall color and bed coverlet compliment my painting, Trunk Show. The painting is different from my usual style, and I had great fun in experimenting.
Here the male grosbeak surely borrowed some of Jan and Howard's pussy willow cuttings to make his hat. He wanted to use the pumpkin, but his wife explained that bigger is not always better.
Elizabeth made a really fun arrangement over time, collecting some special pieces. When she sent me this photo I felt like I was looking at some old friends.
M.J. made an insignificant wall space come alive with this grouping of three 8'' x 8'' pieces.
I just love all the textures in this photo from Martha Lynn.
What a great spot for one of my party scenes!
Karyn just moved and arranged this fun grouping. The grosbeak family is well protected by the alpaca with goose neck squash.
Cathy chose a really cool lamp to guard over her scarlet tanager with paulownia seed pod hat.
Gary chose a stunning frame for "Trying to Get to Know You."
Alison hung my great blue heron painting below a delightful mural that she painted.
Alison found a good spot to hang "After the Storm". The blue jay seems to be checking out anyone who looks at themselves in the mirror. While the mockingbird is surely offering comments to the blue jay.
David and Sheridan made an insignificant wall space come alive with this arrangement.
Rosemary hung "Bah, bah, bah, bah, bah, a ram" to bring a chuckle as you leave her kitchen.
I enjoyed working with Rosemary to choose these twelve friends at the recent Harding Academy Art Show.
Karyn chose some beautiful floater frames to display this goose and squirrel.
Sarah's chipmunks love hearing a lively tune next to the grand piano.
Anne created a fun arrangement to lead you into the next room.
Surprise! Look who's hiding in the foliage at Anne's home.