Archive for December, 2011

Happy Winter Solstice, John.

Posted on December 23rd, 2011 by maineislandtreasures

Being the late John Cole’s daughter-in-law was one of my life’s greatest joys.  As a meteorologist, I’ve always celebrated each solstice or equinox in some way – their meteorological significance is awe inspiring and never goes unnoticed.  But what John wrote in his last book, First Rite (Down East Books), must be the most beautiful […]

First Friday Art Walk Solo Exhibit

Posted on December 1st, 2011 by maineislandtreasures

The new office space for Regency Mortgage Corporation in Custom House Wharf will be the host of my solo exhibit tomorrow evening and on January 6, 2012.  Please join us from 5-8pm for wine and cheese while you browse over twenty original oil paintings, a dozen driftwood sculptures, sea glass Christmas trees and more Maine […]

Driftwood Sculptures – Part II

Posted on December 1st, 2011 by maineislandtreasures

These eleven new driftwood sculptures completed within the last month range in size from 5 x 10″ to 39 x 13″ and will be exhibited at First Friday Art Walk tomorrow night.  Next week, I’ll update my website with exact dimensions of each.  Every piece has been dremeled or sawed, then sanded, primed, painted, and […]