Five minutes of fame:)

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Well, if you didn’t see it, here’s the link to the Tennessee Crossroads episode that I get featured in. It was such a great experience. If you are here reading this blog because of seeing me on Crossroads, welcome. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or would like to talk about commissioning a painting. I’ve gotten several emails this week and am truly thankful for all of you:)

A quick update on one of my other projects, the Mystery Art League; we are all set for our first event on Nov. 6th and 7th. Here’s a link to buy those tickets and support Friends of Two Rivers Mansion: The artwork for this event is going to look so great together. I will have new work alongside Grant Cooley and Ken Walls. Both Grant and Ken are amazing artists. Plus we’ll be adding the extra element of augmented reality from VideoBomb, a game-like component to be solved, and prizes to those that correctly figure out the games. Ticket price includes food and drinks and is considered a donation to Friends of Two Rivers Mansion.

While the Mystery Art League has taken most of my time, I have found a little time to work on new work for a future event with Four Artist TN. If you didn’t know, this is a group of artist I’ve been involved for about 8 years. Over the last 6 or 7 months we’ve been meeting via Zoom and sort of assigning ourselves projects. Our plan is to build a body of work following these different project ideas and hopefully exhibit them together sometime in 2021. You can follow along with our work on Instagram or Facebook, but IG is usually the most active. Here’s our IG link:

One last bit of exciting news is my new partnership with The Copper Fox Gallery in Leipers Fork, TN. This great little gallery is located just outside of Franklin, TN and has the perfect vibe for my encaustic paintings. I couldn’t ask for a better fit for my work and Talbott & John are such wonderful gallery owners and art lovers. If you’re ever in the area, make sure and visit the gallery. If you’ve never been to Leiper’s Fork, I promise it’s a beautiful drive and the area where the gallery is located has several other spaces to visit.

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