East Petersburg, PA - Denny Bond received the Fourth Place Award at the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society 35th Anniversary International Juried Exhibition. Held at the State Museum of Pennsylvania, the exhibition will be on display through February 8th, 2015.
Vancouver, BC - Many of my "Berlin in the 1920s" ink drawings are in the latest New Plains Review, a literary magazine of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction that is thoughtful and compelling, published by The University of Central Oklahoma, College of Liberal Arts.
Boulder, CO - Boulder Portrait Artist Tom Roderick is pleased to offer prints for purchase through Fine Art America. A Pause for Reflection - Jeffrey Lebowski, Walter Sobchak, Donny Kerabatos philosophize the meaning of life over drinks at the bowling ally bar.
Waterford, PA - Sacred Rhythms
Art at the Cathedral
Christ Church Cathedral
166 Market Street
Lexington, KY 40507
Nov. 9, 2014 to Jan. 5, 2015
You're invited to a juried group exhibition that features the theme of sacred rhythms which could included, music, seasons, nigh and day, dance, etc., or Liturgical rhythm directed by the religious calender. I will have two pieces in the show as shown in the image.
Please support the arts with a visit and purchase. Just in time for the holidays!
Carolina Rail Photographer Joseph C. Hinson is pleased to announce he is offering a limited number of 16X20 canvas prints of a passenger train led by the Southern Railway 2-8-0 #630 in Chattanooga, TN in October, 2014. The Southern Railway 2-8-0 #630 was built in 1904 at the old American Locomotive Company factory in Richmond, Virginia as a freight locomotive. She has been rebuilt by the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum in Chattanooga where she runs regular passenger trips such as the one on Sunday October 19th photographed by Mr. Hinson.
"It was actually my first time going to Chattanooga," Hinson said in October, 2014. "From where I live in South Carolina, it never seemed like there was a direct way to get there without going through Atlanta, so I just never made the trip. But now with both the 630 and the 4501 back under steam, it was a perfect time...