Feb 02

New show at Local Color Studio Gallery: “Green is Gold”

I am delighted to be in a show once again in January at Local Color Studio Gallery in Fayetteville! (You might remember this exhibit there from last year, right before lots of things had to shut down.) In “Green is Gold”, I’m joining two very talented Fayetteville artists: Leana Fischer’s striking watercolors and amazing collages from Lisa Nance. Alex did a great job pairing our various pieces together and I hope you can go see the show!

The gallery held a virtual opening on Facebook on Friday, January 22nd and you can watch it here. My pieces are all woodsy landscapes, painted in acrylic. Call the gallery to arrange an appointment to see it in person, the show will run through February. Local Color Studio Gallery is at 275 S Archibald Yell Blvd in Fayetteville.

Here are a few of the paintings I will be showing. Contact me if you would like to purchase one of these paintings!

“Color on the Creek”, 12 x 16 inches, acrylic on masonite
“Undergrowth”, 12 x 16 inches, acrylic on masonite
Acrylic painting of an ice covered light blue stream, with piles of dried leaves on both sides of the stream.
Layers of Cold, 12 x 21 inches, acrylic on masonite, 2019
Acrylic painting of an old cedar tree, with its roots exposed, on the edge of Yellow Rock trail at Devil's Den State Park
“Yellow Rock Cedar”, 12 x 24 inches, acrylic on masonite, 2019
“Slow Flame”, 16 x 20 inches, acrylic on masonite
“Edge of the Bluff”, 16 x 20 inches, acrylic on masonite
Barn Associates, acrylic painting by Daniel Coston, of an old barn with outbuildings behind the main barn.
“Barn & Associates” 18 x 24 inches
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