Friday, June 18, 2010

Chosen Places

Three for Three
5" X 7" pen and ink

Private Mooring
5" X 7" pen and ink
Seagulls in Stonington
5" X 7" pen and ink 

I'm preparing for a group show at the Deer Isle Artists' Association at the end of this month. The theme is "Chosen Places." Here are three new drawings I've done for the exhibit. I love the way seabirds choose man-made places for their own purposes.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Bagaduce Lunch

My artwork has made the front page of The Brooksville Breeze again! The Bagaduce Lunch--a seafood take-out restaurant--is something of a local legend, made even more famous by winning the James Beard "American Classic" award in 2008. It's been run by the same family for over 60 years. They rebuilt the building this year. Thus, the "Grand Opening." If you're ever in town, be sure to drop by for one of their famous lobster rolls or a basket of fried clams.

Monday, June 7, 2010


Some folks say that people and their pets grow to look alike. I could aid this metamorphosis by wearing my hair in pigtails to look like Kinsey's fabulous ears. Like this! I could also apply eyeliner darkly and practice my crooked smile.

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Woodcut Critters & Bookmarks

Busy, busy, busy! I have an exhibit of seven woodcut critters up at Mainescape in Blue Hill. It's a fabulous garden center that also sells pet products. This winter they built a state-of-the-art greenhouse and now have a lovely corridor between the old and the new building that they will use as an art gallery. My woodcuts are their first show! I carved this woodchuck especially for the gardeners.

Then the Brooksville Farmers' Market started back up yesterday. Check out the beautiful driftwood bookmark rack Tom made for me! It was greatly admired by my fellow vendors. The crafters set up inside our Community Center because it rained yesterday. The farmers were all outside because veggies like the rain! I'll have lots more new stuff to show you soon.