Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Shelburne Vineyard Celebrates The Art of Lake Champlain

What an honour! Two of my original paintings completed on location in the Lake Champlain Islands are to be published in this lovely tome, The Art of Lake Champlain: Inspiring Landscape, Verve Editions, 2009. The book launch invite is below if you are in the Vermont area and can attend!

Shelburne Vineyard Celebrates The Art of Lake Champlain

Bon Echo Art Exhibition and Sale

Friends of Bon Echo Park is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the natural and cultural heritage of Bon Echo Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada. I have been accepted into their 2009 juried Art Exhibition and Sale of Canadian Landscape original art. The show takes place July 24-26, 2009. I will be there painting on location, and a couple dozen of my works will be on show and for sale. Hope you can join us!

From the web site:

Mazinaw Lake and Bon Echo Provincial Park have drawn artists to its shores for hundreds of years. To maintain the example of the aboriginal peoples, the Group of Seven and the many artists who still come to appreciate and create, the Friends of Bon Echo Park are sponsoring the 14th annual Art Exhibition and Sale of Original Canadian Art on July 24, 25, 26, 2009.

Over 180,000 people visit Bon Echo Provincial Park annually to enjoy its beautiful beaches, the many hiking trails and picnic areas, Mazinaw Lake boat excursions, the several lakes within the Park and Greystones Gift and Book Shop. The Park is located north of Napanee on Highway 41, just 80 km north of Hwy 401.