Final CSA Shows and New Work

Our cabbage paintings side-by-side

I love how in-sync we were this month! Working on new paintings at our own homes without talking about them at all, we wound up using the same subject matter!  Kim and I had looked at the cabbage growing on the farm in October but hadn’t painted them until this week.

Kim and I have been working non-stop on the CSA project— we have our 3 final shows coming up in January!  With the addition of those new exhibits to the 2 already on display, we’ll be showing in 5 places at the same time (!!!).  Hectic, but a nice problem to have as an artist.  It’s really made me be very productive so that I have a fresh supply of new work not only to give to the venues, but to be excited about and share via the blog and Facebook.  It would be boring to me to ask people to come out to a new venue to see the same old work no matter how cool I think it is 🙂

So, here’s the newest work so far– they can be found at the following venues on the following dates — think of it like an Easter egg hunt:
Savory Maine Dining and Provisions, Damariscotta, ME through February 5, 2013
Crosstrax Neighborhood Deli, Unity, ME through January 26, 2013Maine Farmland Trust, Belfast, ME January 4-February 27, 2013 (opening 1/4 5-8pm)
University of Maine Hutchinson Center, Fernald Gallery, Belfast, ME January 4-February 27, 2013 (opening 1/4 5-8pm)
Frontier, Brunswick, ME January 11-February 24, 2013 (opening 1/11 5-8pm)

My newest paintings:

It Was Always Waiting There, Casein and Wax Pastel, 18″ x 18″, November 2012
Do Over, Casein and Sharpie, 18″ x 18″, November 2012

End of the Day, Acrylic, 18″ x 24″, October 2012

On Display, Casein and Graphite, 18″ x 24″, October 2012
Cabbage Patch, Casein and Wax Pastel, 18″ x 18″, December 2012
And Kim’s newest pieces:

Cabbage in the Grass, Acrylic and Sharpie, 12″ x 14″

Vegetables in the Barn, Watercolor and Graphite on Canvas, 11″ x 14″
Barn House, Acrylic, 11″ x 14″

SOLD! – Guard Dog, Acrylic and Wax Pastel, 6″ x 6″

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