I’m very pleased to announce that my painting Flor del Sol won a Juror Award for Still Life and Landscape in this year’s KCOS Auction! You can view the award winning paintings here. I’m honored to be in such good company . https://www.kcosartauction.org/about
I will let you know what times this painting, and my other donated painting, Gone but Not Forgotten (Globe Mills), will be auctioned to benefit our wonderful public TV station.
Art Auction Air Dates
Saturday, April 22: 5:00 pm–9:00 pm
Sunday, April 23: 5:00 pm–9:00 pm
Saturday, April 29: 5:00 pm–9:00 pm
Sunday, April 30: 5:00 pm–9:00 pm
Plein Air Photo Op
As it turns out, Gone But Not Forgotten: Globe Mills will be auctioned off tomorrow, Sunday, April 30th from 5-5:30 along with other wonderful artwork. You can see the line up here.
Above is the newspaper spread when our group went out to paint this beautiful building before it was torn down last spring to make way for highway construction. Yours truly happened to be in the right place at the right time, and it was on my birthday weekend to boot!
Gone But Not Forgotten: Globe Mills plein air watercolor
Here’s the painting that I did plein air (in the open air, not in the studio) that is framed to 18″ x 22″ and the bidding starts at $140. All proceeds go to benefit public TV in our community. I hope you can tune in and bid!
Sorry I’ve been “gone” from my blog recently, but I have a very good excuse. I was on a murder jury for nine days, my first jury experience, and it was eye opening, hard, and I’m glad I had the experience. It certainly messed with my schedule though! I planned on spending many studio hours reinforcing skills I learned at the three days workshop in the end of March, but that didn’t happen! I did spend my free time at lunches sketching outside in our redone downtown park, and also read Jan Hart’s fabulous color book during down times.
I found out when my piece Gone But Not Forgotten: Globe Mills will be auctioned. It will be this Saturday, April 22nd, from 6-6:30. You can see the piece and others that will be auctioned that evening at this KCOC TV page. Bidding starts at $140. This is my second time to participate in the auction and I hope that it sells well! You can read about the auction process details here.
This beautiful historic building was torn down early last year to make new highways. I hate when that happens.
Contemplation. 16″ x 20″ framed. $250.
I also found out that my piece Contemplation was accepted into the New Mexico Watercolor Society’s spring show in Albuquerque! The show opening is May 6th from 1-4 at the Expo-NM fairgrounds and is free and open to the public. In previous years I’ve attended and it is a LOVELY show! well worth attending if you are in town. It runs through May 28th and is open Thursdays-Sunday 10-4 pm.
Please share my blog post with anyone you think may be interested in either piece or in following my art progress! and thank you for leaving a comment…
Gone But Not Forgotten: Globe Mills is my donation to the KCOS Auction this year. The framed size is 18″ x 22″. I blogged about this last year and you can read about it here.
My number is 76 on this page that shows all the art on auction to benefit public TV. Next week I will know what time my piece will come up for bidding and I will let you know.
The auction hours are Saturday and Sunday, April 22-23 and 29-30 every day from 5-9 pm.
I blogged about last year’s auction which I was happy to see resulted in a bidding war. I hope something similar happens this year so KCOS makes good money!