Monday, April 16, 2018

Corry Artists' Guild "Spring Safari"

      This past weekend, the Corry Artists' Guild held our annual spring art show in Corry, PA.  The theme was "Spring Safari" and there were over 80 works by local artists.  It was a lovely little show and there was a lot of awesome artwork by our guild members.  Here were some of my entires.  If you would like to see more photos from the show, head on over to our Guild's Facebook page at

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1903522799682254.1073741833.109032879131264&type=1&l=a50f539f95


These are two of my newest portrait paintings.  The top is "Vinnie" who is named after Vincent Van Gogh because the style I painted him in kind of reminded me of the Dutch artist.  Below him, is my latest, "I Am Not a Trophy" featuring an African Elephant.  I hope to sell this painting and donate some of the proceeds to help animals in danger.


This is another painting from this year called "Addison."  It's part of my series of painted portraits in this style.

These are from my "Dogs" series of pen and marker drawings.

My 3D painting on a found object "Hamish" made his exhibition debut!

"Hamish" the squirrel, "Frederick" the rabbit, and "Malachi" the owl.  They are all painted with acrylic on found objects.

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