Burning that midnight oil tonight, working to this song and remembering how moving it was to see live on stage last weekend!
Monday, October 13, 2014
Thursday, October 2, 2014
This Sunday is my last showing at the Annapolis First Sunday's Art Festival! It's supposed to be great weather so if you are in the area, come out and enjoy lovely Annapolis by the water and perhaps browse for some early holiday gifts? :) I'll be located on West Street this time. See you there! Also check out my website for more upcoming shows this fall/winter season.
First Sunday Arts Festival in Annapolis: October 5th
on Historic West Street
on Historic West Street
Over 100 fine artists and crafters as well as entertainers and musicians will put their talents on display when First Sunday Arts Festival holds its final street festival of the 2014 season on Sunday, October 5th from 12:00 noon - 5:00 pm on historic West Street in downtown Annapolis.
In addition to a plethora of local and regional artists, photographers, and woodcrafters whose original work --- as with all exhibitors --- is for purchase, the festival displays arts and crafts of all genres to make a visit even more enjoyable: fiber art; pottery; glass; metal; printmaking, sculpture. And, as Annapolis is "the sailing capital of the nation," visitors can be assured there will be a full slate of artists and crafters displaying nautical paintings, decorative items, and hand-forged jewelry. There's face-painting for the children, and dogs are welcome, too!
Come early and enjoy the soothing music of guitarist Jonathan Stone at 49 West Coffeehouse or take in a Bloody Mary at Stan and Joe's. Meander through the many shops such as The Annapolis Collection Gallery, devoted to the display of the Annapolis master painters who have received recognition for their artistic talents. Enjoy lunch and a drink at one of the outdoor cafes set up in the street. And, at the end of the day, the festival continues on the patio of Ramshead Tavern.
October's sponsors are: Evolve Medical Clinics, Leaf Filter Gutter Guards, Kitchen Savers, Long Fence, and Mid-Atlantic Waterproofing.The continued growth of the First Sunday Arts Festivals is reflected in the increasing strength and quality of the exhibitors and performers as well as the thousands of visitors who have come together to make each Sunday a success. Visit www.firstsundayarts.com for information for the forthcoming 2015 season.
Monday, September 29, 2014
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Hey everyone! I will be showing my work at the MD Fall Home and Holiday show on October 17-19 at the Timonium Fair grounds.
Like last year, I have about 40 free tickets to give away if anyone is interested in going! It saves you the $6 admission price! If anyone wants them simply e-mail me your mailing address and the number of tickets you want and I will send them to you for free! I have a limited number of these tickets so I will send them out until they are gone! My e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This year there is a new rule that we can't give these free passes out to our customers while we are in the show so if you want one you must contact me before the show starts!
It sounds like they are trying to mix things up this year since they changed the name of the show to Home and Holiday instead of Home and Garden. I saw some interesting things on the flyer that looked new including a frisbee dog show and a showcase of a sustainable Tiny House. I'm really looking forward to participating this year, hope to see you there!
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Friday, August 1, 2014
I will be on 25th West Street this Sunday in Annapolis showing my work and some fun new Summer designs! Come out and enjoy the weekend! Here is some more info on the show:
First Sunday Arts Festival in Annapolis: August 3rd on Historic West Street
Over 100 Artists and Crafters
Music, Dance, and Performances
Summer is a prime season for visits to Historic Downtown Annapolis and is the perfect time for taking in the First Sunday Arts Festival with its many cafes and shops on West Street. The line up of free events for the day is a well-rounded smorgasbord of art-related fun for the whole family with over 100 fine artists and crafters lining the streets. These local and regional artists will be exhibiting silkscreen, pottery, hand blown and fused glass, nautical paintings and photography, wood turnings, iron works, jewelry, books, face paintings, henna tattoos, painted ostrich eggs and more. One of the great things about shopping at First Sunday Arts is meeting the artisans, learning their stories and feeling their passion about the unique items they create. The date is Sunday, August 3 from 12:00 noon - 5:00 pm.
Come early and enjoy the soothing music of guitarist Jonathan Stone at 49 West Coffeehouse or take in a Bloody Mary at Stan and Joe's. Meander through the many shops such as The Annapolis Collection Gallery, devoted to the display of the Annapolis master painters who have received recognition for their artistic talents. And, at the end of the day, the festival continues with steel drums by The Geckos on the patio of Ramshead Tavern. Dogs are welcome, too! Life is good on West Street!
August's sponsors are: Remodel USA, Leaf Filter Gutter Guards, Mid-Atlantic Waterproofing, and Nu Look Home Design.
There will be two more opportunities to enjoy First Sunday activities in 2014: September 7 and October 5. For more information, visit www.firstsundayarts.com