I live in Connecticut with one husband and 4 cats. I have work for sale in my Etsy shop and in galleries in the U.S. If you have any questions about a specific piece .... please email me . My work is considered as Contemporary Folk Art or sometimes as outsider art. One of my paintings is in the permanent collection of The Hurn Museum of Contemporary Folk Art in Georgia. My paintings have appeared in Raw Vision magazine and Folk Art messenger magazine .
Cavalier Gallery...... 2007 - 2011
Christopher Park Gallery. [ currently ]
The Beverly Kaye Gallery. [ currently ]
Checkered House Gallery [ 2007 - 2010 ]
America Oh Yes [ 2005 - 2008 ]
Greenwich Workshop ... [ Top 40 small works 2008 and 2009 ]
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How was the conversation? He seems talkative...
LOL...bet he only tells you what you want to hear!
You can always count on Jerry to be there for you. He's brave and knows that sometimes words just aren't necessary. Bravo, Jerry.
It was sort of weird ...
SO much lightning and it was just the two of us ! The lightning would light up Jerry's face ....
It was like watching a creepy movie
You and Jerry make me giggle... I too love watching thunder and lighting storm.
Hahahaha, that is just great/funny, Sandy! Love it.
oh what a great post and a fun way to ride out the storm!
Jerry looks like he may have had one too many. :-)
Glad you weathered the storm!
Jerry is scary, but I love this photo :D
You crack me up Sandy!
We had a wonderful storm here in OK tonight.
(Jerry kinda freaks me out)
I think you have been sending some of those storms over the water our way Sandy. We have certainly had a lot of rain this summer. A glass of wine with a friend, to pass the storm, sounds like a great idea. Love the drawings on the Canson paper. I will have to try that one.
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