My first big event of 2018 was For the Love of Art Popup Show in early February.
I was recently fortunate enough to participate in a really interesting and fun discussion about art at gallery43 in Roswell, Georgia. It’s always fascinating to hear other artists’s approaches to painting and what inspires them to pick up a paintbrush in the first place.
I was recently fortunate enough to participate in a really honest & thought provoking artist talk at gallery43 in Roswell, Georgia. It’s always fascinating to hear other artists’s approaches to art making & the inspiration behind finished paintings.
I am honored to announce that I am now represented by gallery43 in Roswell, Georgia, just north of Atlanta.
In support of the new Norcross Discovery Garden Park, I was invited by the City of Norcross to participate in From the Garden art exhibition at The Rectory in Norcross, GA. Come celebrate and see my artwork in person at the opening reception on Friday, August 12, 2016 from 6:00-8:00pm. Admission is free and live music and light refreshments will be offered. If you can’t make the opening, the show will be on view through September 15.
PRESS RELEASE: Local artist Angela Faustina will show her vibrant still life paintings at Harmony Gallery from February 1 through 26, 2016. The public is invited to meet the artist at the opening reception on Wednesday, February 3 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The art exhibition is presented by Sarasota Orchestra and a portion of all artwork sales will be donated to the organization.
Happy new year! Planning for 2016 involves a lot of reflecting on past years. Here’s a map of where my art collectors call home. I hope to add some more pins this year!
Six of my smaller paintings are on view at ARTicles Gallery on Central Avenue in St. Petersburg, FL, until January 2016. If you’re in the area, please swing by and let me know what you think!
Honored to be part of the last Blue Lucy Gallery exhibition ever! A huge thank you to Greenbench Brewing for sponsoring the event, everyone who came out to support the local arts scene, and gallerist Chad Mize for inviting me to be part of Blue Lucy’s final two years.