Friday, November 2, 2012

New watercolor series: Pittsburgh Neighborhoods



The Sweep
, watercolor, 24 x 20"

I have my fingers in a few different pots at the moment. Finishing up the last two portrait commissions scheduled during 2012 is my first priority. Once finished, I can concentrate on upcoming shows and workshops.
"Pittsburgh Neighborhoods" is a series of paintings for an upcoming Spring show. One of the great aspects of this project is that I have discovered areas of Pittsburgh that I've never seen before. For someone who's lived here most of her life, it's been exciting!
Pittsburgh has a wonderful array of old neighborhoods with steep, winding streets and dramatic hillsides. There are more bridges here than in any city in the US. I love wandering the streets with my camera and shooting whatever captures my interest.
I have been scheduling workshops through 2014. I'm looking forward to traveling to North Carolina and Florida to hold 3-day workshops. I am also excited to be returning to teach a 4-day Art Immersion Retreat at the Mansions on Fifth. Check my website for updates.

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