Hello!  It is such an honor and pleasure to share with you that my painting When Circles and Spirals Dance was accepted into the 18th Annual Emerald Spring Exhibition 2024 National Juried Painting Competition.  I would like to extend my thanks to the Juror, artist Yong Hong Zhong, for accepting my painting.  Also, I would like to say "thank you" to the dedicated volunteers of Emerald Art Center who make this exhibition possible.

Invitation.

If you are in the Eugene area, I would like to invite you to stop by the Emerald Art Center and see the show! The show runs from the first of May to May 31st in the Emerald Art Center gallery.  The Gallery is located at 500 Main Street, Springfield, OR and is open:

Wednesday through Saturday

Hours 11am - 4pm  

Drawing At All Terrain Campers

My husband Robert and I are in Sacramento getting ready for our upcoming coast-to-coast “All Terrain (Happy) Campers Tour”.   Its great having an opportunity to meet the people behind our camper.  They gave us a tour of the shop and it is fascinating to see the craft and workmanship that went into our Bobcat.

Art Across America

Travel Blog

My husband Robert (webmaster, database manager, and co-marketing director) and I are getting ready for our big camping trip.  We are going to travel from our home in Oregon east across the country.  We will be doing an on-line journal at our website “The Gallivanters” (now “On The Road Again With Robert & Peggy”).   The Gallivanters lists our itinerary and routing.  

We are looking forward to traveling back east, seeing family and friends.

New Painting in “Just Sayin’…” Series: “Hang Up & Pet Me”


Just Sayin’… 
Finished New Painting

I have finished my fourth painting in my “Just Sayin’…” series.  The series is inspired by our cell phone culture.  In this particular version, a person is talking on the cell phone while her kitty waits patiently close by.  Naturally, the kitty wishes the person would hang up the phone and pet her.  I am amused and inspired by cats watching people talking on phones.  Its as if the cat wants to join in on the conversation, and often they do.

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