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February 2011


Mary Ulm Mayhew

These "little" paintings were juried into "The Little Show" at the Cultural Center in Cedarburg.  ( All 5" x 5" )

Also, Mayhew has a solo show at "Artisan Gallery" near Madison, Wisconsin, in a small historic town named Paoli. The show is  scheduled for June 10th through June 24th.

In addition, she will be participating in the Cedarburg Plein Air Competition, June 16th thru June 23rd, here in Wisconsin.


Anne Laddon:

Studios on the Park continues to grow. (see Right now we are teaching art classes to elementary kids. It is thrilling to watch them. I will be having a show at the Bakersfield Museum in June which is keeping me focused.


Ann Dettmer:

My next solo show opens April 1 at Mary Martin Gallery in Charleston SC and runs through the month.  I will attend the opening and this will be my first trip to Charleston, so I am excited about exploring the area.  Then, I open Sept 2 at the Grand Junction Art Center in Colorado with the show running through mid November. And, of course, I am also represented by SmithKlein Gallery in Boulder CO, Howard/Mandville Gallery in Kirkland WA, and North Moon Gallery in Ouray CO. After a couple of intense years in my life during which my energies were turned elsewhere, I find it deeply gratifying to again immerse myself in my work.


Pam Flanders:

Mirror Mirror Juried Exhibit:  
Event Dates: 1/6/2011 - 2/27/2011
Location: Kempton Hall, Trinity Cathedral
147 NW 19th (at Everett St.), Portland OR 97209
Mirror, Mirror Juried Exhibit at Trinity Cathedral, Portland, OR
Featuring artist’s self portrait and artist’s statement
The show opening and reception is Thursday, January 6th, 2011, from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM. The exhibit will be on display Thursday, January 6th - Sunday February 27th, 2011.

Compete Art 2011:                          
Event Dates: 1/22/2011 - 2/19/2011   
Location: Mathew's Gallery 
15800 SW Upper Boones Ferry Rd. #300, Lake Oswego OR 97035
Mathew's Gallery
Open: 11am - 5:30pm - Tuesday through Friday - Saturday 11am - 4pm
Opening artist reception is on Saturday January 22, 2011.
Prizes determined by attending the exhibit and voting for your favorite art work.
Awards event night Saturday, February 19, 2011
A benefit for Fish Emergency Service of Portland

Towns & Cityscapes
Event Dates: 2/4/2011 -
Location: Caswell Gallery
201 W. Columbia River Hwy
Troutdale OR



Peggy Kingsbury participated in the benefit paint-out for Camp Fire USA in October. The four-day event included 35 invited artists painting the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. Each artist donated one piece for a December auction/sale. In addition, each donated a two-hour “quick draw” painting for a silent auction at the Champagne reception on the final day. Kingsbury was awarded second place for her quick draw painting of Ashley, one of the quick draw models.

Judy Crowe states, "I was very very excited to receive an invitation right before Thanksgiving to become a signature member of American Women Artists (  I was not expecting this at all since I have not been in any of their shows.  It was out of the all since I have not been in any of their shows.  It was out of the blue so needless to say I was very surprised but very thankful and excited to become a member."

Ann Templeton reports, "I have joined two new galleries, Wimberly and Fredericksburg, and will have a one-woman show in Claremont, Georgia on Memorial day.  I am also rejoining Ann Buell's in Ruidoso in the spring."


Libby Tolley will be participating in the following events:


The Glenna Hartmann Invitational Fine Art Exhibition and Sale - February 19, 20 & 21, 2010


Sierra Foothill Conservancy Invitational Plein Air Paint Out - Saturday, March 13, 2010 and Sunday, March 14, 2010


Elizabeth Tolley Exhibition of New Paintings - The Vault Gallery, Saturday, May 1, 2010


California Art Club's 99th Annual Gold Medal Exhibition - June 13 - July 4, 2010


Hearst Castle Plein Air Invitational - June 5, 2010


Acadia Invitational Exhibition 2010  - Saturday, August 7th


Sierra Foothills Plein Air Invitational - August 7, 2010

 And the following workshops:


Landscape Painting: Plein Air & Studio with Libby Tolley - Fallbrook School of the Arts, California - July 19-23, 2010, (Mon-Fri)


Plein Air Painting with Libby Tolley - Studio on the Park, Paso Robles, California - May 17-21, 2010, (Mon-Fri)


 Pam Flanders describes her activities... "It HAS been a busy end of 2009 and beginning of the 2010 for me...I am in 4 simultaneous shows this month, not counting the show ending at the Studio on the Park in Paso Robles.  They were/are all local shows. One of my venues was a new contemporary condominium building at 2121 SE Belmont St that had empty lease space on street level near downtown Portland.  The large empty office space was offered to me free of charge until rented.  The residents were so pleased to see me filling those empty walls with fine art and hoped I would make it an official gallery.  Ah, ha....lots of great compliments and a few sales.  However, it seems my presence there for 3 months enticed someone to finally lease the space after 2 years of seeking businesses to do so.  They achieved their goal and I had great exposure in a new upcoming area of town.  A solo show at another downtown building on the SW Waterfront: at the 30th floor Penthouse Gallery began in Nov and continued through the end of the year.  Now I still exhibit there with 2 other local art buddies through the end of this month.  It participates in Portland's First Thursday Art event originating in the famous Pearl District.   I also have a solo show at the US Bank Lobby on 16th and Weidler St in Portland continuing to the end of this month as well as a group show at the Aurora Gallery in Vancouver, WA."

Arizona Artist, Ginger Bowen, was recently asked to become a Master Signature Member of American Women Artists.  She also won the prestigious National Arts Club Award at the  Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club 113th Annual Open Exhibition, held in New York. Upcoming events include the newly formed AZ-Eight Art Group's "Color  Fast" Show and Sale.  The show opens March 10 and runs through April 10, 2010 at SunDust Gallery in Mesa, Arizona.

Ann Dettmer reports exciting news...

"Sometimes a different perspective is good; I have one this year.  

For a year I neither created nor sold much visual art.  Instead I created, as best I could, a safe and loving environment in which my mother could live her final year in her home.  Sometimes when I thought about my career during that time of caretaking, I thought: "I used to be a painter."   I can exhibit a flair for the melodramatic when pressed.  

So now, almost four months after Mother's passing, I again have solitude, opportunity for long stretches of contemplation and reading... the things which feed and inspire me to play with color and shape and to make marks on paper and canvas.  My gratitude is poignant and, yes, bittersweet, for it was her passing which opened again this space of quietude which has always been so important to me.      

I am again open to the the energy, excitement, magic which inform my work and allow it to thrive, inspiring myself and others.  I am not starting over but certainly continuing fresh, new, in some ways innocent... yet deepened.   

So while many of you may be talking about paints, framers, which galleries are doing best, classes you are teaching, shows, painting trips, etc... I am relearning how to float in the stardust at night, to find the universe in a poetic line, and to walk even through grief, fear and regret (along with joy, love and kindness) with a sense of the magic of life.  This feels deeper than exciting to me; it feels more like renewing.  

I do have two solo shows summer 2010: oils at Smith Klein Gallery in Boulder CO and mixed media explorations at the Durango CO Art Center Art Library.  I guess having a chance to rebuild my career and my attitude is the good news I have to report.  And that I am alive, thriving and learning to celebrate it all.  I wish you all well.


Ann Templeton was recently named "Master Landscape Artist" by three organizations: The Nomades del Arte, Plein Air New Mexico, and Plein Air Colorado."

Mary Ulm Mayhew participated in the 44th Annual Manito Art Show in the fabulous North Woods (Manitowish Waters, WI) July 16th through 19th.

The juror was Nancy Lamers, Art Professor, Alverno College, Milw. WI. The judge’s comments on Mary’s painting, “Mississippi Migration”: "This is a gem of a painting, small yet full of impact. The gestural hand in laying down individual strokes of paint is deft and experienced. Selected daubs of color, pink spots connecting to pink above and below and blue spots in the foliage connecting to the blue of the sky make good use of color repetition. The oil paint itself is juicy with gorgeous strokes, their built-up edges being allowed to speak for themselves as beautiful paint."

Mississippi Migration, Oil, 10x12

Mary adds, “As an interesting note, Manitowish Waters is the home of "Little Bohemia" where "Public Enemies" was filmed in part. Pretty exciting to see the real bullet-riddled windows in the lodge; and the place was filled with tourists, so we had a big turn out at the exhibit and tons of sales."

From Pam Flanders:

“I am in three simultaneous exhibits here in OR at the moment. I am very pleased to be in the upcoming statewide exhibit for PAPO (Plein Air Painters of Oregon) entitled "Celebration Oregon", honoring Oregon's Sesquicentennial. Forty artworks were juried into the show, which will be displayed for the month of October at the High Desert Museum Gallery in Redmond, OR and will be highly publicized. The opening reception will be Oct. 2nd from 5-9 PM.”

Pam’s work is also in the Arts Alliance of Clackamas County's "Art in Public Places" juried exhibition, which will hang through August. She also has seven works at the Developmental Services Building Gallery through Sept 11th.

MARCH 2009


Libby has a brand new website; check it out at:

Her book, Oil Painter's Solution Book: Landscapes, has sold so well that it's going into reprint!

She has upcoming workshops in Fallbrook, CA (class is full); in Farmington, NM, May 4-8; Los Osos, CA, September 14-18; and Paso Robles, CA, September 21-25. She will also be participating in the California Art Club 98th Annual Gold Medal Juried Exhibition, April 26 - May 17, and Twilight on the Terrace, Hearst Castle - The Inaugural 2009 Plein Air Invitational, June 6. Look for details on these events on Libby's website.


I've been putting most of my creative energy into poetry these days, putting together some chapbooks of my poems, and participating in poetry readings around the state.  Right now, I'm trying to incorporate some of my paintings with my poetry to publish an illustrated collection.  I do have a few art items to share:    I'll be giving an oil painting demo this month for the Southern Oregon Society of Artists, in which I'll show some ways capturing the excitement of outdoor painting while painting from photos or slides.  This summer I'll be participating in a  weeklong artists' residency at the Fields Project in Illinois, followed by an exhibit.

January 2009

From Ginger Bowen:

"Alternate Reality", 2 Person show with Ginger Bowen and Fred Calleri;
February 23-March 9th; Gallery MAR, Park City, UT.
Artist's Reception: Friday, February 27; 6-9pm.

Ginger Bowen's painting "Up on Blocks" was accepted into CAC's 98th
Gold Medal Exhibition 2009.

From Ann Templeton:

I’m a signature member of an organization called Plein Air of Colorado, and
was recently named (per artists' vote) "Master Landscape Artist" for their
group. Consequently I will be the featured artist for their group when they
do their annual show in Dallas, early April, at the Southwest Gallery of

From Lindy Duncan:

As of Jan 1, 2009, I am no longer part of the Portola Gallery in Allied Arts in Menlo Park. It was a decision I made for various reasons and I will sadly miss the other members of the gallery. I will continue to be represented by DE Craghead Gallery, Carmel, CA; Nancy Dodds Gallery, Carmel, CA; Ayre Hill Gallery, Vienna, VA; and the Banana Gallery Hawi, HI. On the happy side of this decision was the move we made to Atherton and the wonderful studio space I now have. It is providing me not only a sunny and beautiful place to paint but with an opportunity to invite people to view my art and buy from me at the studio. Please feel free to contact me if you would like to come by. I will continue to teach workshops so please feel free to contact me. My fall schedule will include Santorini, Greece, October 3-10. For information on this workshop and early sign-up discount see This is a wonderful painting location and will be a trip to remember. Bring home beautiful memories in your paintings that will last a lifetime.

November 2008

Ann Templeton has moved! Her new address is:249 Moss Rose Lane. Driftwood. TX 78619,
Phone 512-722-3186. email

Ginger Bowen has two upcoming shows:

Gallery Gabrie, 597 E. Green Street, Pasadena, CA 91101, 626-577-1223
December 2-27, 2008
Reception: Friday, December 12; 5:00-8:00pm
bulletALTERNATE REALITY- Two person show with Arizonan artists Ginger Bowen and Fred Calleri.
Gallery MAR, 580 E. Main Street, Park City, UT 84060. 435-659-9659
February 23-March 9, 2009
Reception: Friday, February 27; 6:00 - 9:00pm

Julia McKee will have a February solo exhibit of Oklahoma landscapes at Wolfe Productions, a gallery in Claremore, Oklahoma.

Libby Tolley has shows planned and will be teaching several workshops in 2009. For a complete list of events, places, and dates, check her website at
While visiting Libby’s site, you can also order her book, Oil Painter’s Solution Book: Landscapes.

July 2008

Mary Ulm-Mayhews painting, “Lady of the Lake,” won an An Award of Excellence in Milwaukee’s Downer Plein Air Painting Competition, held May 23 through May 30.


Pam Flanders is the Featured Artist for July at:

Aurora Gallery
1004 Main St
Vancouver, WA 98660

Also, Pam was juried into the PAPO (Plein Air Painters of Oregon) show in Bend, OR. held at

Mirror Pond Gallery
875 NW Brooks St  
Bend, OR 97701

Reception and Awards 5 PM Friday July 4, 2008

Ginger Bowen will be teaching a workshop through American Women Artists at the Scottsdale Artists School, December 3-5, 2008. The workshop is titled "Still Lifes with Personality".  Cost is $350 and  includes an evening at Ginger's studio. 

Also, Ginger has joined two new  Galleries: Gallery at Rich Designs, in Colorado Springs, CO and Gallery MAR in Park City, UT.

Rose Hohenberger is the featured Art Walk artist at J. Bangle Gallery in Galveston, TX, for the month of July. Opening was July 5.
Susan Greaves is the featured artist at McCloud Book Gallery in McCloud, California, through September, 2008. Also, her work is now shown in ongoing exhibits at Art and Soul Gallery in Ashland, Oregon. She still sells her work on eBay, as well.

June 2008

From Pam Flanders:  I have a solo show month of June downtown Portland at:

Urban Wineworks
407 NW 16th AVE
Portland, OR
(located between 16th and 17th on Flanders St)

Artist Reception
Thurs June 5th
5:30-8:30 PM

For more details:

From Judy Crowe: I am back from France. The workshop was a real success even though it rained a LOT while I was there. I did get some work done, lots of photos and hope to get busy soon getting some large paintings done.

Helgy White is moving from Taos to Grand Prairie near Dallas sometime in the near future. She does not have email anymore.

Mary K. Forshagen is in Colorado near the Crested Butte area for the summer. Call her at 970-642-0404 if you are in the area and want to paint.

May 2008

Ann Templeton was voted “Master Landscape Painter” by the Nomades del Arte group of plein air painters. She also exhibited in the “Cowgirl Up” show in Wickenburg, AZ, for the second year and in the Outdoor Painters Society annual show in Dallas, TX. Ann will be part of a two-person show in September at Total Arts Gallery in Taos, NM. 

From Judy Crowe: I'm teaching a workshop in France leaving next week May 9.  Woo Hoo. Teaching a workshop there and then staying on until June 3 to paint.  As I said, a big woo hoo!

Rose Hohenberger is having a one-person show at J. Bangle Gallery in Galveston, TX, in July. Opening is Saturday, July 5.

February 2008

Mary K. Forshagen had two paintings accepted into the Salon International Exhibition at the Greenhouse Gallery in San Antonio.



Dee Westcott’s painting “Bella Cucina,” was accepted in the AWS show in New York. The painting was inspired by a photo from her trip to Sienna, Italy. Dee has previously had paintings in AWS shows in 1998, 2002, 2003, and 2005, receiving awards all four times. Dee plans to attend the awards dinner on April 25.


Suzanne Hemphill won first place in the oil category of the annual winter show sponsored by the Woman’s Club of Fort Worth. The show attracted about 130 entries.

Lindy Duncan has three paintings in the current landscape exhibition at Triton Museum.  She also has upcoming classes scheduled in Texas and Cortona, Italy. For information on those, visit

January 2008





Lindy Duncan’s Upcoming Workshops and Exhibition

April 7-11, 2008

The Hill Country of Texas @ Wenmoh's Ranch
Contact Dena @

October 22-29

Cortona, Italy
Cortona Plein Air
contact Patrick @

Please join her for one of these scheduled workshops or contact her for new schedules being planned for 2-day workshops at the Historic Adobe and Gardens of the Allied Arts Guild in Menlo Park, Ca.   1-650-366-0622.

Visit her website ,  ,  or google lindy duncan

Coming Show - Three Paintings included
Triton Museum of Art Plein Air Invitational Landscape Exhibition begins Jan. 18, 2008 - March 2008.





A New Year’s message from Ann Dettmer

"I didn't ask you if you could...  I asked you if you are willing."

I am willing...

    to pay honest and respectful attention to myself and all beings.

    to honor the whole process of living... the constant waxing and waning.

    to walk my path with clarity.

    to fully commit to my life, my work, my relationships.

    to embrace my responsibility for continuing to evolve.

    to live in full abundance.

    to live in full gentleness.

    to live in full kindness.

    to live in full, deep gratitude.

I am willing to live in Love.


Ann Dettmer

January 2008


 December 2007

Libby Tolley’s new Book, OIL PAINTER’S SOLUTION BOOK: LANDSCAPES, is a new release from North Light Books. Click here to see sample pages:

Libby was featured in the October 2007 issue of the British art magazine, The Artist, in a story titled “Light on the Landscape.” In it she described how she uses color to achieve her effects.


Pam paints in Old Chico , Montana
API members traveled to Chico Hot Springs, Montana, for a group paint-out in August. They painted almost everyday and one rainy day went to Yellowstone. This location had a black bear sighting 24 hours after they were painting. Good they kept the car close!
Mary and Pam enjoy the hot springs

Judy Crowe was a "choice" in the latest Collectors Choice issue of Southwest Art Magazine.

Judy Crowe and Ann Templeton are two of five featured artists in Santa Fe’s Galerie Esteban during a December show opening Dec.21

Pam Flanders was accepted last month into a new gallery in Astoria, OR. 

Ginger Bowen will have four paintings on display in Scottsdale Galleries.  Two paintings will be in the AWA Show to be held at LeKAE Gallery in December and two paintings will be displayed with the IGOR Show at Scottsdale Fine Art in January.

Coming up in 2008

Mary Ulm-Mayhew has been invited to teach at the Peninsula Art School in May, and invited to a Paint Out inside the beautiful Milwaukee Art Museum on the Lake Front in April during the Gala given by the Museum and the Garden Club. Participants will paint flowers.

Lindy Duncan has a scheduled workshop

April  7-11 at the Wenmohs Ranch in Texas, for info., and a scheduled workshop in Cortona, Italy Oct. 22-29, for information.

Charlotte Abernathy will teach a pastel workshop called "Exploring with Pastel" at Sitka Center for Art, ( located at Cascade Head on the Oregon coast.   Dates are August 25-28, 2008.

Libby Tolley will teach workshops in Fallbrook, CA, January 28 – February 1, contact or; Los Osos, CA, July 21-25 contact; and Arcadia Workshop Center, Mount Desert Island, ME, September 22-26, or

November 2007

  Ginger Bowen's painting "Blue Balboa Boat" won Second Place at the Tucson  Plein Air Painters show "Minis at the Max Gallery".

September 2007

Ginger Bowen's painting "Hand Rolled" won a $150 cash prize from The  Studio of Art & Design at the San Diego Watercolor Society 27th  International Exhibition, showing October 1-30 at Showcase Gallery in San Diego, California.

Susan F. Greaves is exhibiting two paintings in the 2007 Western Regional Exhibition – Waterhouse Gallery in Santa Barbara, California

September 15 – October 15, 2007

bulletReception: Saturday, September 15,  2007, 4 - 7 pm.
bulletAwards Presentation at 5:30  pm.

Paintings shown:

bullet"Creekside Mystery", 11" x 14", oil
bullet"Beyond Repair", 11" x 14"

Message to members from Evelyne Boren:

I feel badly for not having been part of the group's painting sessions. I keep hoping one of these days! I travel a lot with my husband, Michael, now 83, and painting for 2 to 3 one-person shows a year as well as my 3 watercolor classes per year (which I organize and run myself).  

Next annual one-person opening is at Nedra Matteucci Fine Art in Santa Fe. September 28th, 2007.  95% oils and only 5% watercolors, a big ratio change. I am thoroughly enjoying painting with palette knives. Please come to the opening should you be in town. In February, I received an E Mail from Roberta who manages Nedra’s Canyon Road Gallery, congratulating me as having become their number one seller. I was delighted, to say the least. But all that success keeps me on my toes and close to my easel. My classes both in Mexico, Provence and Tuscany have been sellouts every year, and if you would ever like to venture into watercolor, just to loosen up and get some color theory, come and join me; we have a lot of fun!   

Next year's dates are  Sayulita, Mexico, March 1 to 7th, 2008 . Provence, June 20th to 30th, and October 27th to November 6th, Tuscany. Both European classes are gourmet painting classes; we wine and dine for 7 hours per day, paint for 5 and sleep the rest. Not a bad ratio! But despite the fun we do come home with at least 14 watercolors.

Please don't give up on me, I miss you all! Happy painting Evelyne

Paintings shown:

bulletLilly Pond at Valaurie, France, 30" x 40", oil
bulletCheryl's View, Sayulitaoil, oil, 52" x 48"
bulletSunday Market, Willoc Peru, oil, 40" x 46"
bulletVenizian Magic, oil, 30" x 36"



Ginger Bowen has been selected to participate in the "Toys" Exhibit at the Arizona Museum  for Youth.  Her painting "Toucan Skate," is one of three paintings on exhibit from August 4 through November 25 in Mesa, Arizona.


Ginger Bowen has been accepted into the following exhibitions:

bulletCatharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club Member and Associate Juried  Exhibition; Geary Gallery, July 12-August 11, 2007
bulletIGOR's Leading Masters of Contemporary Realism Exhibition; Winstanley-Roark Fine Arts Gallery,  July 24-August 5, 2007
bulletArizona Museum for Youth "Toys" Exhibition, August 4-November 25, 2007
bulletSan Diego Watercolor Society's 27th Annual Exhibition; Showcase  Gallery, October 1-31, 2007

Ginger's painting "Breakfast With Ginger" was recently accepted into the International Guild of Realism's Summer show to be held at the Winstanley-Roark Fine Arts Gallery in Cape Cod. The show opens July 24th with the artist reception on the 28th.

Pam Flanders updates us with this news:

bulletPam is one of 4 artists featured at the Skylight Gallery in Clackamas, OR, from July 12-Oct 4th, 2007.
bulletThe Arts Action Alliance of Clackamas County, OR, has invited Pam to have a solo show at the Hilltop Gallery in Oregon City, OR. Exhibition dates are 5/1/07-8/31/07.
bulletPam was also invited to have a one-person show at the Sylvia Beach Hotel on Nye Beach located in Newport, OR. Checkout the allure of this destination in Sunset Magazine's March 2007 issue. Note that the exhibit dates have changed and will run from September 10 – November 19.
bulletA July show scheduled for Art Media of Beaverton features Pam's work among Portland's "Paint Out Group"  July 1-31, 2007.
bulletThe Peninsula Art School of Door County, WI, has invited Pam to be one of 35 artists from the US to participate in the First Annual Plein Air Festival 2007. Event dates are 7/23/07-8/4/07

Susan Greaves had two paintings accepted into the Society of Master Impressionists Show, June 2 through July 2, at the Sunset Art Gallery in Amarillo, TX. Susan is a charter member of the Society. Invited artists also painted at Palo Duro Canyon near Amarillo.

Mary Ulm-Mayhew was in two recent Wisconsin competitions and gives us this report:

The Cedarburg Artist Guild Competition, in its seventh year, just ended. It is always the week starting with Father's Day and ending the following Saturday. Cedarburg is just 30 min. north of  Milwaukee and has a large concentration of Historic Stone Houses, as well as a wonderful main street -- always active and evolving. Anyone is eligible to enter the competition, and the first award is $2000. Total sales this year were in the neighborhood of $30,000 --  great for a two day silent auction.

The Downer Avenue Milwaukee Plein Air competition was held at the end of May. It is sponsored by the League of Milwaukee Artists and the Downer Avenue Merchants Assn. and is named for a street in Milwaukee, that is 2 blocks from the Lake front (Lake Michigan). Downer Avenue has an "Art Theater", great local produce and has the feeling of Old Milwaukee; it’s about two miles from Downtown. Palatial homes, Villa Terrace Museum and the Beaches were all included in the areas to paint. The awards were $1500, $700, $400 and some great gifts from the local merchants. If anyone wants a vacation to WI again, consider participating next year.

Reminder from Libby Tolley:

My new book, Oil Painter's Solution Book, Landscapes (to be released end of August) is being pre-sold on To find the book, it is listed under Elizabeth Tolley (or click here to go directly to the Amazon page.)

More Reminders:

Peggy Kingsbury has been invited to participate in Nomadas del Arte. This is a year-long event in which artists will complete plein air paintings of the Southwest to hang in a group show in March, 2008. Each invited artist will display a 9”x12” and a 12”x16” painting at Sage Creek Gallery in Santa Fe, NM. For more details about this venture, go to:

Ann Templeton is an invited guest artist for the Nomadas del Arte show in Santa Fe, 2008. Ann also reports that she took first place in landscapes at the recent National Pastel Competition in Amarillo, Texas. The juror was Ramon Kelly.

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