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Some New Silk hangings

25 June 2009

Birtch Trees


Pink and White Poppies


Ricketts Glen Wild Flower

Here are some recent silk hangings - they look great pinned up so they catch a little breeze and move or framed floated so you can see the image.  They are 44" x 44" and are $295 each.

Second wall at Geisinger completed!

25 June 2009

Here's a shot of the second wall at Geisinger



Third Friday - June 19

17 June 2009
 I'll be open Friday for Kingston and W-B's Third Friday - showing my recent silks hangings and scarves - come on out and enjoy the evening - lots of galleries  are open.... I'll be serving amazing chocolate chip cookies and wine (of course)....

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17 June 2009
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cosltetts painting

14 June 2009
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weez in water

16 June 2009
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Started the continuation of the Mural at Geisinger today!!

02 June 2009
     I started below the window and will continue on the opposite wall of the waterfall - a grove of birtch trees a stream and a soft yellow glow vignetted up and beyond - breathe deep….. all is really well….  {yoogallery src=[/images/stories/blog/leigh_0602] style=[lightbox] height=[100]}
     I started below the window and will continue on the opposite wall of the waterfall - a grove of birtch trees a stream and a soft yellow glow vignetted up and beyond - breathe deep….. all is really well….  

First Friday in Scranton at Marquis ~

03 June 2009

      Marquis Art and Frame in Scranton is part of “First Friday” in Scranton - where most galleries and studios are open for visitation.  What’s different this Friday is Ken Marquis has changed his gallery format showing select local artist whose works will be on display from now on.  I’m fortunate to be one selected along with Jim Lennox, Nina Davidowitz, and Karen Poels - Last first Friday in Scranton had about 1,000 visitors —– Scranton loves its ART

—- Shown here are my black and white paintings - an assemblage piece by Karen Poels and a sculpture by Jim Lennox.