I am delighted to be exhibiting again at Nahcotta in downtown Portsmouth for their (I can’t believe it) 23rd installment of this amazing show! Twice a year this show brings together an eclectic mix of work from artists near and far. I will be exhibiting 9 new works from my “Joie de Vivre” series – inspired by simple pleasures and the exuberant enjoyment of life, what the French refer to as “joie de vivre”.
The show opens Friday, March 2nd with an opening reception from 5-8pm. All of the works from the show are available to view + purchase online prior to and during the show which runs thru March 31st.
It’s been almost two years since I’ve sat at my easel. I had to put painting aside for a bit. Over the past two years I’ve been working full time in an elementary school and going to school full time in pursuit of a teaching certificate (which I received in June, yay!). I also had a baby girl in July and didn’t want to expose myself or her to the fumes. It feels so good to paint again and the ideas have been flowing. I was delighted to be asked back to Nahcotta for their 22nd Enormous Tiny Art Show in September.
This series is inspired by simple pleasures and the exuberant enjoyment of life, what the French refer to as “ joie de vivre” (and also by my daughter’s nursery).
The show opens with a reception on Friday, September 1st, 5-8pm.
110 Congress Street
All works from this show are available to view and purchase online at EnormousTinyArt.com
My dream of becoming a mom finally came true this summer when my husband and I welcomed a baby girl, Iris Ray. It has been a long journey getting to this beautiful place in my life. Feeling so very blessed and inspired.