“Everything great that ever happened in this world happened first in somebody’s imagination.” -Astrid Lindgren
I enjoy painting animals. I tend to think a lot about what animals are up to when we aren’t looking. I know -for sure- they are a lot more intelligent than we’ve given them credit for. I also enjoy telling stories from an animal’s point of view. But even better than that is when someone purchases a painting. Making that connection – sharing that story with someone – makes my heart sing. Thank you.
But I couldn’t sell this work without Cheryl Engledow at High Country Art. I’ve been with her gallery since September 2013 and she’s such a great promoter of my art – encouraging and supportive and now a great friend. These pieces sold last month, but I constantly refresh inventory with her. If you happen to be visiting the north Georgia mountains head to Blue Ridge and visit the gallery. She carries a lot of great work – sculpture, paintings, jewelry and more. She’s also happy to work with you by phone if you live too far for a visit. (see the tab – ‘gallery representation’ for info)
“Artists are intuitive. They wait for inspiration. That’s what art is about – the intuitive – not the intellectual. Art about ideas stimulates ideas, but art that comes from inspiration stimulates feelings of happiness, innocence and beauty.” -Agnes Martin