Sun Series #1

Sun Series #1

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Judging Art & Installing Art

I have been away from the computer and from my studio the past few days judging the Scholastic Art Awards for area junior and high school art students and installing some of my own artwork in an exhibit.  
It was my privilege to see and judge the fine works that art students are doing.  I went away from the experience both inspired and applauding the work of these students and their teachers. 
Today I spent time installing a collection of my "Farmscapes" at Riverwood Chapel in Kent.  I haven't seen the work displayed like this for a while so it was fun to revisit the pieces and take stock of the work again.  Because the pieces are two-sided suspending them from the ceiling allows the viewer to take in both sides.  I thank the people at Riverwood for the opportunity and their help in the installation which will be on view for about a month.


  1. Those pieces are highly evocative of place and season. I haven't seen these particular ones before, but enjoyed the series you had displayed at Translations in Canton a while back. I'll make it a point to catch this show!

    1. These are the same pieces that were at Translations! But they seem new to me as well. it was fun to get them out and really look at them again. I had fun selecting what to exhibit here from the remaining pieces. I even titled them this time around.