2014 Show and Festival Dates

My 2014 calendar has now been updated with my show and festival dates for 2014. I have been accepted to a couple new shows this year. The first show coming up is A Day in the Country at the MSU Conference Center in Morehead, Ky. This will be my first time there and I’m super excited to share my work with all the visitors at A Day in the Country. I’m really excited to look at all the other art too! There will be so much talent within the conference center that day. If you’re a fan of folk art, this is the show for you.

I am also happy to announce that I will be participating in the AFB Woodland Art Fair in Lexington, Ky. This is a big art fair & I’m really excited to have been accepted this year. I’m excited to show my work to the Lexington area.

Visit my Calendar to see the latest list of shows and view some photos of past exhibitions. One thing is for sure, if you’ve never seen my work in person and have been on the fence about purchasing art, a show is a great opportunity to look, feel and really see the quality of my pieces. I’ve heard so often that my art is so much better in person and I have to admit, it’s hard to capture all the detail with a photo. AND it’s so inspiring to see the arts/crafts and meet the artisans who make each piece with such love and devotion to their work. Craft shows and art fairs are just plain fun!

43rd Annual Morgan County Sorghum Festival!

43 Annual Morgan County Sorghum Festival

Can you smell the sorghum already? My little dolls will on display here, at the 43rd annual Morgan County Sorghum Festival this weekend. Just a short walk from my front door, I look forward to this event every year & relish the opportunity to take in & celebrate the traditions of eastern Kentucky. This is a hand-crafted event & there are so many goodies available to be viewed & purchased.

This weekend you’ll find the works of Pam Oldfield Meade, a White Oak, Ky native whose paintings are truly expressive & emotional, the photography of Dean Hill and the whimsical paper sculptures of Bonita Skaggs-Parsons, plus much, much more!

For info, please visit www.morgancountysorghumfestival.com.

Find me here!

This weekend you’ll be able to find me here, amidst the artists & crafters displaying their works at the 40th Annual Sorghum Festival. You’ll find beautiful paintings, primitives, folk art dolls, pottery, brooms, quilts, ornaments, soap & a multitude of fantastic handmade items. All vendors are approved by the festival committee, insuring that the art & craft items we provide are top-notch & authentically hand-made. While you’re here pick up some homemade Sorghum (similar to molasses!) and visit the mule powered mill to see how sorghum was made many years ago. There’ll be great food, lots of homemade, old-fashioned goodies including apple stack cakes & fried apple pies. You won’t regret attending!

Click the banner below for more information & for a map of West Liberty, KY.