Friday, August 7, 2015
A Little Update
As far as the Cecropia Moth painting goes, I decided to cradle the panel and do without a frame altogether. I think it looks much better. Unfortunately, the edges are still wet so I can't show you a decent photo of the completed painting. I just think cradling it gave the subject more breathing room and gave the moth the dignity of space she deserves!
I've now begun to think more on what needs to be done for the upcoming NC Wildlife Artists Society show at the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum and Heritage Center, 1785 Island Road, Harkers Island, North Carolina. This exhibition will run from September 10 - November 27, 2015 and if any of you will be in the area, I hope you'll pop in and take a look. September through November is my favorite time to visit the North Carolina coast as the weather is still very mild and most of the tourists have gone. The views are stunning of course but I just love the chance to wander the beach in solitude and just refresh my soul. I know that sounds corny but the ocean has that magical effect on me.
The title of the show is "Images of Wild North Carolina (from the Mountains to the Coast)" and must depict North Carolina wildlife. This will be my first NCWAS show and I'm very excited, yet nervous, of course. I have no idea of what to expect from this exhibition but am just glad I'm getting to be a part of it.
I'll keep you posted as more details develop!