Homer Babbidge Library, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Jan. through May, 2022

Travel vicariously through colorful images of Europe, Latin America and more. Library hours are currently limited due to the pandemic, but that means no crowds while you enjoy the paintings! Get up-to-date information at http://lib.UConn.edu

Groton Public Library, 52 Newtown Rd., Groton, CT Sept. through Nov., 2021

Travel without breathing other people’s germs!  Or simply enjoy the shoreline. My photographs include scenes from Bali and Mexico, on view through Nov. 2,  then see my pastel paintings of local seascapes.

Studio M, Mystic, CT –  June through Oct., 2021

Turn near the drawbridge and follow the river to this gem of a gallery and frame shop. See a couple of my local scenes – CT shoreline and NYC – then enjoy Mystic’s shops, a meal by the water, kayaking, an ice cream cone, or Mystic River Chocolate!

ArtSpace, Noank, CT – ongoing

Grab an affordable gift for someone – maybe even yourself!  My themed sets of note cards each contain images of four original paintings, such as Bluff Point, Elizabeth Park, or Paris. Very frameable, very giftable, and perfect when you need to send a card with a personal note.  And it’s Noank – lobster, anyone?!

Sounding Magazine On-line

Available any time, at your convenience!

The cruise I took on the Canal du Midi in southern France, documented in a blog post, presented wonderful photo opportunities. Besides a Soundings magazine article that I co-authored, and which used my photographs, the magazine created an online slide show of my photos. Several became paintings, a couple of which are still available – with autographed copies of the magazine!

http://www.soundingsonline.com/dispatches/295234-video-a-taste-of-france/?utm_source=soundings-enewsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=textlink&utm_campaign=enewsletter-100316

 

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