group exhibit


Hetzel Gallery, located in Cleveland TN, is a new gallery operated by two sisters, Beth Hetzel  and Becky Hetzel Fowler.  It is exciting to these two energized and eager young women launch into this enterprise, especially during 2020.  Through the summer they have courageously opened their doors to limited numbers at a time and displayed beautiful art.  When I asked if I could join them in this exhibit, they were eager to bring me in.  The metamorphosis theme intrigued me and made me immediately think of the butterflies in my garden.  This is one of three pieces that will be included in this exhibit, September 19 through October 18.   “Welcome Visitor” is a 15×12 watercolor.

Group Exhibit at Lee University

Lee University announcemntThis exciting exhibit features the work of 10 artists who are members of the Tennessee Watercolor Society that all reside in the area of Chattanooga TN.  The Tennessee Watercolor Society, TnWS, is a statewide organization of more than 250 members, that has as its mission to promote watercolor as a vibrant, versatile and permanent painting medium, and offer educational and promotional opportunities to all its members.  I have been a member of TnWS since 2010 and a signature member since 2016 and will have 6 pieces in this exhibit.  I am pleased and honored to share the gallery walls with Helen Burton, Harriet Chipley, Mark Cobbe, Liz Darling, Lupina Haney, Irma Herzog, Faye Ives,  Jennie Kirkpatrick, and Kim Tilly.

Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Because of covid regulations, there will be no opening reception and visitors are required to wear masks while in the gallery.

You can read more about the details of this exhibit here.

These are my six paintings of that are in this exhibit.