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How Does Roz Write A Love Letter? Part 2

Above: The love letter I wrote for the "Love Letters from Artists" show listed below. Stonehenge gray paper, with rubber stamped text and gouache sketches—though my Sean Connery sketch is one I had turned into a custom rubber stamp years ago. I have it in a bunch of sizes. You can't have too many Sean […]


How Does Roz Write A Love Letter?

Above: Envelope (9 x 12 inches) in which I sent the the love letter to the show discussed below. Rubberstamp letters, rubberstamp image, color pencil and white gel pen. Groveland Gallery has an invitational group show this summer called "Love Letters from Artists." It will run from June 12 to August 15, 2015. I'm excited […]

Ellen Heck at the Groveland Annex

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Groveland Gallery Show—You Have Until February 25!

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Groveland Shows: Estabilished Favorites and New Favorites

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Groveland Gallery Porch Painter Demonstrations

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Project Journal Infiltration: Another Update

Another Roz sighting is documented, but also the post has a link to a great show you need to see of artist Joyce Lyon’s.

Groveland Gallery Shows Thomas Paquette Paintings in Their Annex

The post gives details about this show that’s up NOW!


An Art Adventure and a Bat!

Diane and I have an art adventure and see a bat!


Groveland Gallery’s Two New Exhibits


Above: Gary Bowling's big enameled pail of "Color Notes" (photographed for use here with the gallery's permission).

Friday my friend Diane and I ended up at the Groveland Gallery around 2 p.m. They were open, but their new show wasn't officially open until 5 p.m. We were able to spend time soaking in the new paintings alone in the galleries. (The two shows—one in the gallery, one in the annex—run through July 18.)

At the entrance to the Gallery where Gary Bowling's large landscape oils ("Notes to Self") are on display there was a pail of his "Color Notes" (see photo) left out for gallery visitors. Bowling uses these small squares of board (2 inches or so) to test color combinations and textures to see how they will work before working on passages in his large canvases. Process Girl Roz was mesmerized by these.

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