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Western North Carolina Gallery Guide
I’ve been featured in this Summer and again in the Fall 2010 issue of the Gallery Guide. Published by the Smoky Mountain News. in Waynesville, NC Not only is there an article in both seasons, but my painting “Olivia Native Fire Dancer” is the Summer’s Cover Painting.
If you come through Western North Carolina Stop by a Gallery or Visitor Center for a copy of the Gallery Guide.
Canvas Wrap 1 1/2 in sides Prints or custom orders available. Contact me for more information
This is an abstract painting of a Native American Girl named “Enola”, The Visionary. I took a lot of time deciding her name after I painted it. The name Enola comes from Indian origin meaning alone and “Enola spelled backwards spells alone. Four out of Ten people don’t even see her in this abstract, which really surprises me, but I became a believer when it kept happening. If you do see her, imagine her Invisioning something, and/or viewing in the distance something we can’t see.
This was just a quick painting I did using only a pallet knife and acrylic paint. Painted on a 12 X 12 canvas wrap and I used a glaze when finished.