There are two more events coming up at Froggwell this summer. The first happens at the end of this week. The Whidbey Island Garden Tour, which encompasses 5 gardens, comes to Froggwell on Saturday, June 17th 2017. This is a ticketed event, so check out the WIGT.org website to find out where you can buy tickets.
In the way of gardens, it will most likely look almost completely different than it did 2 weeks ago.
Later in the summer, the biannual Forgeries at Froggwell will be held on August 4th, 5th and 6th, 2017. Stay tuned for some previews of work in the show. I’ll be bringing them to the blog through the summer.
But wait…there is even more in store!
Yours truly, keeper of the blog and originator of the Froggwell Biennale, will be having a painting show at The Fountainhead Gallery on Queen Anne Hill in Seattle. The show opens on Saturday July 8th 2017 with a reception from 5-7PM on the 8th. (It will be open to view earlier than that, but due to the holiday weekend, the reception isn’t until the 8th.
There will also be an afternoon painting demonstration on Saturday, July 15th. Information on times will be available on the Fountainhead website, as well as here, as soon as I know when that is. I hope you can be there, if you are in the area.
And if that isn’t enough….
I have a Kickstarter campaign running right now, to raise money to travel to China. This trip, in part is to fuel my obsession with pandas, but it also will be a big opportunity for me to gather new images and inspiration for a new group of paintings. More on this in another post, but if you want to check out the campaign, check it out here. It runs through 5 PM PDT on Friday June 23rd.