After a wonderful summer spent at Culture: An American Yogurt Company, my show of FroYo-inspired watercolors is coming down after Labor day weekend. Thanks so much to Culture for the unusual venue and thanks to everyone who came out and especially to those who bought paintings.
As of now, a whopping 13 of 15 have sold, leaving two sad paintings in need of homes. These are:
Perfect for the little ballerina in your life.
Perfect for the little astronaut in your life. (Kicking myself that I didn’t make a Mars Rover one like this. Happy to do that on commission…just saying.)
Both are available for $75 which includes a neat little white frame. Hit me up if you’re interested.
And I’m really excited for my next show coming up this October at Cafe Grumpy in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The show: Important Folks And Their Coffee is going to be, as you might suspect, a bunch of watercolors about important folks and how they experience coffee.
A preview of a very important person/monster to me growing up and his/her coffee time:
Very happy to be showing with the fine folks art Grumpy again. You might remember I painted some of their coffee growers in Colombia last summer. See that here.