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Sneak Peek for Augusta’s Art In The Garden

Art In The Garden is this Saturday.  It’s a fun art show along the river in beautiful Augusta, KY. I wanted to share some art that I will have at the show that features my favorite little river town.


“Peace, Love and Folk Art” Block Print – $20 unframed – 85 framed
Another one of Augusta’s Treasures – a log cabin with one of the most charming ladies you will ever meet.  Many years ago, she was the first shop to ever sell my art, and has always been a great friend.

“Jacqueline’s Place” Block Print– $20 unframed-85 framed
1830’s House In Augusta, KY – One of the few historic homes that are open to the public. It’s a shop called Jacqueline’s Place. Be sure and visit while you are in town

“By The River” Block Print – $60 unframed – 180 framed
One of my favorite buildings in Augusta.  It’s no longer being used, but for many years, it was Augusta’s black church.  I really want to make it my art studio some day.

“Riverside Drive” Block Print Tryptich – $75 unframed – 210 framed
Riverside Drive in Augusta, KY offers an amazing view of the Ohio River.  I carved 3 block prints, then printed them on one 20”x10” sheet of paper.  It captures the feeling of a very special place.

“Augusta’s First Courthouse” watercolor – $120
This historic building was Bracken County’s first courthouse in the late 1700s. It is a private residence, and is located beside the jail, which is available for tours.

You can get more information about the show here:

Hope to see you there!

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New Watercolor–Cats In The Pond

I have been working on a new series of watercolor paintings.  Touch the different parts of the painting to see it in action!  I’m still working on the programming, so it’s a little choppy, but the big idea is to make an interactive children’s book.

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If you are interested in the original watercolor, you can see/purchase it at the EAT Gallery.