It has been a crazy busy season. With over 3 separate solo shows in place simultaneously from October through February, I have hit the over-the-top meter! All remaining pieces have now come home, and are on the processing tables to take a break, move to acetate sleeves for bin perusing, and otherwise be released to breathe and relax.
I have found a strong breath of fresh air with teaching watercolor. I am currently working with the ACT 2 program through Spokane Community College, teaching at Corbin Senior Center every week.
Exciting news: we are moving several ACT2 Watercolor day-classes to Chewelah, beginning Spring Quarter. Registration begins this week on Feb. 11, as a matter of fact!
There will also be a small range of private class offerings - mostly in the evening, here in Chewelah. That information will be showing up on the website - shoot me a message if that sounds interesting!
I have several workshop experiences planned over the next few months - ROADTRIPS!!! So will be continuing to build on my knowledge and experience, which is all part of my next big thing - and that is to develop a new and fresh body of work. So stay tuned all you crazy art lovers. Check in, keep in touch, and stop by. We will have LOTS to talk about!