News update



New images and show schedule.


I would like to take this opportunity to let you know about my show schedule for the months of August and September, and also to show off some of the new images available for sale, either on the web site or directly from me at a show.

First, the show schedule:
During the month of August, I will be participating in the Riverwalk Market Fair on Northfield’s Bridge Square. This show runs from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm every Saturday. There are many artists and crafts people attending this fair, as well as food vendors. So far this year we have had great weather, so you should plan on coming out and visiting. I am looking forward to seeing you at the fair.
In September, I will be moving around a little. On September 6 and 7, I will be participating in the Northfield Arts Guild Riverfront Festival. This takes place during the Defeat of Jesse James Days weekend. I am really looking forward to being at this festival, and I hope that I will see many of you there. The hours are 10:00 am until 5:00 pm both days. Be sure to stop by and say hello.
September 13 and 27, I will again be at Riverwalk in Northfield. Then on September 20 and 21, I will be at the Lakeville Art Festival from 10:00am ’til 5:00pm both days.
About the images.
Purple Time is a photo that was taken on the shore of Lake Superior during sundown. I was struck by the violet/magenta colors and the rain squall out on the lake. This has been sitting in my archives for awhile waiting for me to process it to my liking. I finally pulled it out and spent some time working on it to my satisfaction. I am pleased with the results.

Spring’s Greens is the result of my trying to stay within 100 miles of home and finding images that display my feelings about the area. Very close to home. It incorporates a color palette that I haven’t worked with much, but I think it captures the greens of a Minnesota spring very well.

The final image is also part of my ‘Within 100 Miles’  project. Taken in a county park on the Cannon River, I was drawn by the colors and the juxtaposition of the bare tree with bluff behind. Also a color palette that I was not accustomed to using.

Have a happy and enjoyable life.


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