First, I’ve been selected the Southeastern Wildlife Expo’s featured painter for next year — their 30th anniversary. I’ve been participating in SEWE for 7 years now. Given my relatively short time in being a part of the show makes this honor all the more special.
Second, I was invited to participate in Trailside Gallery’s first annual summer miniatures show and sale; Masters in Miniature, to be held at their Jackson, Wyoming location. Trailside is one of the elite western art galleries in the U.S. and represents a number of artists who’s work I greatly admire — several of whom will also be in the miniatures show. To have been invited to be a part of this event is truly an honor.
|"Grandstanding", Oil on linen, 11"x14"|
|"Meadow Mashers" Oil on linen, 10"x12"|
And finally, I have again been asked to be a part of the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Western Visions Show and Sale. This will be my 6th year and to say I'm excited and moved by the museum’s continued interest in my work would be a gross understatement.
|"A Rare Find", Oil on linen, 9"x12"|