Head 'Em Up, Move 'Em Out -Look Out Cheyenne

This cowgirl is heading up to Cheyenne, Wyoming today to party, play, rustle a few dogies and attend the Link Gallery GRAND Opening.
You are all invited to the Party on Saturday, March 29 from 5pm to 9pm.
Meet the artists, view fine art, ceramics, fine art photography, glass, sculpture, jewelery and textiles. All at the Link Gallery,
1609 Capitol Ave. in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
In the top photo - the 3 large vertical paintings, and those below them, are all my work. Thank You, Rebecca, for making me look so good.

Monday Morning at the Dump

Actually it is Alamosa's old power plant which is being take town, bit by bit. As Sue Mc and I painted an excavator tore out big pieces of scrap and the metal guts of the building and heaved them high over head. For some reason tho', I was captivated by the trash barrel; so much personality.


Plein Air SLV goes back to LaVeta

Another plein air field trip to LaVeta and the Miniature Show opening reception at the Spanish Peaks Arts Council Gallery (SPACe).
Actually, we got a little sidetracked, first at the Ricky Tims Quilt Gallery (Ricky Tims, internationally famous quilter, who coined the phrase 'Caveman Quilting'), then at the LaVeta Fine Art Gallery on Main where we met and talked with Bob and Connie Buckner. Bob is a wonderful artist- check out his website at www. robertbuckner.com.
He is also a member of SPACe, so we all met back at the SPACe gallery to see a demo with Vicki Barton a watercolorist from Westminster, Colorado. Everyone gained something from watching Vicki create small gem-like watercolors from nature, with an emphasis on good design, freedom and fun with less stress.

Daily Painter Goes To 7 Mile Plaza

Wednesday Sue Mc and I went out on the 5N road, north of Monte to paint the village of 7Mile PLaza. There is still a lot of snow on the ground but the day was pretty pleasant. I painted with gloves on tho'; that's the true test. A slight breeze put an edge on the sunshine.