Featured Artist: Colin Page! *Solo Show Alert!*

Snug Harbor by Colin Page 30×40″ Oil

Colin Page. A brilliant artist and a damn nice guy. Everyone who knows Colin loves him. He’s got an easy way about him, friendly, full of great information and one heck of an artist. If you’re in Maine, you most likely have seen him painting somewhere at some point. An avid plein air artist, Colin has a way with paint and a style all his own. You can spot one of his paintings from a distance and immediately know that it’s his work. Not easy these days. So many wonderful artists, so to have a style that stands out… well that… speaks volumes! Continue reading “Featured Artist: Colin Page! *Solo Show Alert!*”

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Photo Op – Charleston! Another restaurant menu to check out…

Broad Street, Charleston, SC

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Boonehall Farms – Like hitting the lottery!

A trip to Boonehall Farms is like hitting the lottery, but with great food instead of money. A wonderful selection of items at great prices – you just can’t beat it!

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Gorgeous Geraniums!

Early Spring, I bought several geraniums from our local Harris Teeter (grocery store). They were a deal at $5 each. They’ve since been repotted into larger, prettier pots and they are doing miraculously!

We have several, and one from last year, not sure which one is the old one. In the Spring we put them in the full sun, but now that hot summer is upon us we put them under the palm for some filtered sun. They’re much happier this way!

#prettyasapicture – Catch you back here tomorrow!

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Featured Artist: Sarah Spackman!

Allotment Nasturtium by Sarah Spackman 30x25cm Oil

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Sometimes simple is best…

 

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