I’ve always admired a pair of azalea bushes at Mount Auburn Cemetery’s Auburn Lake. Their remarkable magenta and rose colors astound me. A Cypress tree provides a sheltering border. I love to paint in this quiet, magical area, especially in springtime.
It’s a very relaxing spot, very meditative. The only sounds I hear are birds singing. In fact, catbirds often watch me, probably because they build their nests there.
Be sure to watch the video I made, posted at the end of this article!
Here’s What Inspired Me
Last Year’s Paintings
This Year’s Paintings
This Year’s Video
My first open studios in 5 years!
Lexington Open Studios
June 11, 2022 • 11 AM to 5 PM EST
rain date = June 12, 11AM to 5PM EST
Recently, I lived in Florida for a few years. While there, a lot of new fauna and flora inspired me! I am pleased to now show much of my artwork from that period.
This open studios is a one-day, outdoor event. 50+ artists who live, work, teach, create, or are affiliated with the arts community in Lexington will display their work. I am happy to be among them!
Munroe Center for the Arts
1403 Mass. Ave.