January 25, 2017
The two young women toasting their right to vote in the bottom painting are the same women who joined several million folks around the world to protest the proposed rollback of hard fought rights for women and for the environment with the 2016 elections. The national movement to gain women the right to vote took 72 years. You can learn more about it here.
January 20, 2017
- 7″ x 5″
Clara passes a memorable age mark.
January 14, 2017
- 11″ x 8.5″ approx
- Pencil and Colored Pencil
- Will be auctioned in Baldwin City, KS Lumberyard Art Center
Art auctions are hard on galleries and artists’ incomes. When you can buy a work of art at below market value, folks often wait for the next auction. But exceptions are made, and here’s one. This drawing was available for purchase at the Lumberyard Art Center’s Chocolate Auction on February 12, 2017 in Baldwin City, KS.
Pictured is the artist’s hand working on sketch ideas for the Lumberyard Auction as the inspiring chocolate donut and coffee sit nearby. The coffee mug features a mug of abolitionist John Brown (the preCivil War Battle of Black Jack was waged nearby) as the yellow brick road rolls off over the hills.