Sunday, July 29, 2012

Life in Lititz

Oh, the ecstasy and the agony of the summer outdoor art show. Sometimes I have neighbors that chain smoke and yell at priests, sometimes I make new friends, sometimes it's 103 degrees. I've talked about it before. Saturday's show in Lititz, PA was no different...

I received a fourth place award in the Oils/Acrylics category for my painting Pumpkin Patch. It's always a little ego boost when you are recognized by somebody for the work you do.

For those of you that couldn't make it to the show, below is a 360 view of the park. It's really quite nice.

Drag the image to see around.

"Now, wait just a second! This doesn't sound so bad!" you think to yourself. I know. How could it really? Towards the end of the day, however, we realized that we had been the victims of theft. Nothing big, just a $20 print, but theft all the same. I've got mixed emotions about it. On one hand it means that there is a market for my work and somebody decided to turn to a life of crime just to obtain one of my pieces. On the other, well, I was jacked.

Sunday, July 22, 2012


"The ingredients of both darkness and light are equally present in all of us. The madness of this planet is largely a result of the human being's difficulty in coming to virtuous balance with himself." - Elizabeth Gilbert

 This painting is 24" x 24" oil on canvas. Please call me, email me, or click here if you'd like to buy this painting. Framed original - $1500