I'm so pleased to have several of my paintings featured in the new SCG Magazine – on newsstands now! Those are my peaches and figs next to correspondence page and a whole page of paintings with Pat Brannings "Porch Life" article. This is a great publication with good art, articles and recipes!
Market Day was accepted into the juried Biennale Show at the Art League of Hilton Head. It is among 100 pieces of wonderful art from all across the country. My piece didn't win any awards but I am honored just to be among them! And it did sell on opening night! The show will be [...]
The Art Market at Honey Horn last weekend was great fun! The art was amazing, so many talented artists, so many friends old and new were there to enjoy. And I won a prize!!! Third place for my booth/display/paintings, was completely surprised and so happy!
This is the biggest piece I've done to date! 60 x 40 inches, oil on board. Will be on display, and for sale of course, at the Art Market at Honey Horn this Saturday and Sunday.
This tiny building is actually the Gullah Museum on Hilton Head Island. It is 12x12 oil on board. The painting will be for sale at the Art Market at Honey Horn next weekend. If it happens to sell, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Gullah Museum who's mission is to revive, [...]
Please join me for The 2017 Art Market at Honey Horn April 29-30 – a great art show with wonderful artists from all over the country. I’ve been painting away to fill my tent with all new original oils! There will be my latest still lifes, lowcountry scenes, goats, cows, boats and birds. Admission is [...]
My master frame builder has been hard at work – here are just some of the new frames ready for putty, sanding and painting. And just in time to fill with artwork for the Art Market at Honey Horn. These are simple floater frames that are just enough to make my art look good without [...]
At the Paved Road, 12 x 12 oil on board, went to the SOBA Gallery Monday morning for the themed show: The Street Where You Live. I took the theme very literally!
New chicks at the Sease household! Maybe models for future paintings but definitely high hopes for future eggs.
Grapefruit and oranges and camellias all from our yard! My friend Ingrid and I had a still life painting session a couple of weeks ago – lots of fun with good results. This one is going to the SOBA Gallery for the March show on Monday morning – if I get it framed in time! [...]