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HERE ARE SOME OTHER LINKS THAT I FIND TOTALLY COOL,
VERY USEFUL,  AND MAYBE OF SOME INTEREST TO YOU!
The Begley Art Source is a division of the Evansville Art Museum It connects fine art with the workplace environment and collectors. I am so pleased to have my work in Chris's capable hands!
   
Chocolate Bliss and Kitchen Essentials is the appropriately named local chocolate shop where I get almost all the fantastic chocolate candies for my paintings. I am a severe chocoholic, and Ann's truffles are the best I've ever had. Believe me, I have had a lot of truffles! She has the best of everything; all beautiful and delicious!
   
Having been a member of the Jasper Community Arts Commission gives me a chance to boast about our terrific Arts Center here in Jasper. We have a great gallery with ever-changing exhibits featuring artists from around the country as well as some really great regional talent. Our stage series brings in some pretty awesome talent, too!
   
My Giclée prints are done by my friend BC here in Jasper. He is a total perfectionist, which is why I had him start taking photographs of my work in the first place. Then when he got himself an awesome printer I took advantage of the fact that he's close and I can work with him to get the very best colors and detail possible! His wife Susan has also been able to handle any  framing job (or repair) I've thrown at her!
 
   
I have had a long friendly relationship with the Evansville Museum of Art, Science and History in Evansville, Indiana. The staff there is totally cool, really friendly and they hosted a solo exhibition of my watercolors in 2000! The museum includes my painting Old Glass and Cookbooks in their permanent collection, and they have a terrific interactive website!
   
Saint Meinrad The St. Meinrad Archabbey Library Gallery hosted an exhibition of some of my watercolors  in April of 2008. Visit this beautiful, serene St. Meinrad monastery, located in the quiet hills of Southern Indiana .
   

In 2005, my work was featured in a solo show at the Swope Museum of Art in Terre Haute, Indiana. The museum includes my painting What A Fruitcake!  in their permanent collection of Contemporary American Art.