Last night the Greater Salem Caregivers gathered at the Searles Castle in Windham NH to celebrate the Volunteer Appreciation Night. This event recognized the admirable work of volunteers to help the community and give their time. The artists of the Greater Salem Artists Association were invited to display artwork during this event. It was a great time and I am happy to have exhibited my work during the night.
Here are some pictures of the event. The Castle has beautiful outdoors and gardens.Art Events | No comment
It’s been a nice year and I am very happy with the support received from all of you. As a thank you here is an Art Print giveaway!
I am planning to have various giveaways during this holiday season of 2011 and this is the first one!
This week’s giveaway is for a print of “The Birch Tree Road”, the artwork size is approximately 7.5″ X 9.5″ and the matted size is 11″ X 14″. The mat color is blue.
To enter, send me an email to email@example.com with the subject “Birch Tree Road Art Print” and include your full name in the message. (more…)
Last Saturday August 6th was the 3rd Annual Uncommon Art on the Common Festival. I participated in the event and I had an enjoyable time with the all the people that stopped by my exhibit. It was also great to see all the beautiful works from all the artists in the area.
The festival took place along Main Street in Goffstown, NH and featured the work of over 30 local and regional artists including works in oils, pastels, watercolors, photography, jewelry, stained glass, fiber arts, beading, and sculpture. (more…)August 9, 2011 at 9:10 pm | Art Events | No comment
Yesterday, July 16th was a beautiful day and it was also the 4th Annual Artist in the Natural Resources Exhibit; In the Wild Garden. I participated in this group exhibition along with other NH artists which exhibited paintings and photography work. The exhibition took place at the Baldwin Environmental Center and some artists demonstrated their work during the exhibition. (more…)July 17, 2011 at 6:01 pm | Art Events | No comment
I was born and raised in Puerto Rico, and am very proud of the natural beauty of the island. No matter how short the visit, I enjoy every chance I get to escape to my homeland. (more…)July 5, 2011 at 12:26 pm | Going Places | No comment
Last Saturday June 25th was the Upper Village Hall Arts & Crafts fair. The event was held at the Upper Village Town Hall in Derry, NH. The fair had the participation of various artists in the areas of fine arts, jewelry, knitting, wood working among other crafts and live music.Art Events | No comment
The Yucatan Peninsula is known for its deep culture and history, as well as its breathtaking Caribbean sunsets. I was inspired by both when I visited Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico during the spring of 2009. As we neared the coast of Playa del Carmen, my senses began to explore the beauty and tranquility of the tropical beaches. The warmth of the sun mingled with the cool saltwater, glistening across the waves and creating the perfect playground for the native sea birds along the docks.Going Places | No comment
In March of 2009, my husband and I took a Caribbean cruise that included a visit to the Grand Cayman Island. The colorful island infrastructure greeted us as we approached the coastline to begin our adventure.
When we arrived on land, we were surrounded by bustling shops and the savory smells of Caribbean cuisine. Unfortunately, we only had about 2 hours to explore the island before departing for our Stingray City excursion. Accompanied by a couple dozen other tourists, we boarded one of the boats waiting along the shore and sailed away from the island. (more…)June 14, 2011 at 8:43 pm | Going Places | No comment
In September of 2008, I had the opportunity to visit England with my husband. Before we landed, we were able to see a spectacular sunrise from the plane.
We drove to Retford, which is a small market town with Victorian-inspired architecture. Here, we spent some time with family, soaking up the city and sights. I captured pictures of the majestic gardens, flowers, birds, lakes and even a rainbow! (more…)June 13, 2011 at 8:58 pm | Going Places | No comment
The energy of ancient civilizations is still felt when you take a trip to Lindos, Greece. Traveling to the city transports you back into time. I visited Lindos in September 2008, traveling with a group that included my in-laws and extended family. At the time of the trip, my husband and I were still dating so the trip allowed me to get better acquainted with his family. (more…)June 11, 2011 at 2:19 pm | Going Places | No comment