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Summer Tour Kickoff

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This past weekend was my first art show. I was in Minneapolis for the Stone Arch Art Festival. After this show I have two more. So I am officially on tour for the summer. Here is a photograph of my booth from the second day. I forgot my camera so its from my blackberry. I will reshoot the booth from this coming weekends show! Thanks for all of your support

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Stone Arch Art Festival

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For those of you who live in Minneapolis. I will be at the Stone Arch Art Festival today from 10 AM – 6 PM. The forecast is sunny all day so grab your dad and the entire family and come on by! I am booth 89!

Je t’aime – I love you

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A lot of people have been looking for my Je t’aime print that has been for sale on etsy for the last year. I am currently featured on One Kings Lane in “The Gallery” it is available in an 18×24 on canvas and a 30×40 canvas.

Hike to the top of Montmartre in Paris and you will find this very large mural of love. In every language across the world the words “I love you” are written. Look for your favorite language. A great gift for the person you love!! You can purchase this print on my etsy site here

The sale ends Monday at 11 AM EST

The Je t’aime print will be available in various sizes on photo paper and canvas as soon as the sale ends on my etsy site. Thanks for your patience!!

A new venture into wholesale

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In January I participated in the wholesale show Beckmans at the Merchandise Mart here in Chicago. This was a new venture into the wholesale world. I am happy to say I have work in stores in Indiana, Michigan, North Dakota, and Illinois.

I had the opportunity to visit one of my stores today in Highland Park, IL called CityWoods  Here is a photograph of some of my pieces on their wall. They do a great job merchandising their store. If you are in the area stop by and take a look!

Purple Balcony in the French Quarter of New Orleans

Blue Doors in the French Quarter of New Orleans

Whimsical Spring

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Living in Chicago, Spring still feels far away as tulips are fighting through snow covered grass. I recently took a trip to my home town of Cincinnati. They are used to having 70 degree days and the trees are all in bloom. I took a walk around beautiful Alt park and came across this Magnolia tree.

Stay tuned for more blooms from Chicago!

The Gallery – One Kings Lane

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I am proud to announce I am part of a very special curated collection called “The Gallery” on the website One Kings Lane

“The Gallery” features famous artists such as Chagall, Picasso, Dali, and Matisse and also features up and coming artists such as myself. Two of my best selling pieces are for sale in “The Gallery” along with a new piece from New York City.

Hall of Mirrors Versailles, France

Je T’aime – I love you Paris, France

Taking Manhattan – Brooklyn, New York

All of my pieces featured in “The Gallery” are available on canvas in an 18×24 or 30×40. Ready to hang!

Riding the Subway – Through the decades

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This collection was picked up by the new online gallery website Jondo

These photographs were taken in Brooklyn, New York. Ride the Subway through the decades

Queens Train

Riding Through Brooklyn

Time Standing Still

A Ride Through Time

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