Sunday, October 22, 2006

Many Thanks to the Walkers!

Yesterday, the Walkers (Carol was Mark's high school art teacher in Fairborn, OH) came to visit us. They had recently retired to Summerfield, south of Ocala. We enjoyed our time together chatting, visiting the Downtown Market and the Capital City Quilt exhibit at the Museum of FL History. We also lunched outdoor at Andrew's Restaurant. Earlier the Walkers had commissioned Mark for a porcelain platter and 10 fish dishes. Here is a picture of the Happy Hour frog platter. Thanks for your support, Carol and Dick!

Sunday, October 01, 2006

Upcoming Exhibits!

If you would like to see new artwork from Turtle Hill, please visit the following events:

October 12—December 7, Artists’ League Synergie Salon, Tallahassee Community College Fine Art Gallery, Monday-Friday, 12 noon—4 pm, 201-8713

October 14 and 15, Artisans in the Garden, Tallahassee Nurseries, 10 am—5 pm

November 3 (6—9 pm), 4 (10 am—5 pm) and 5 (12—5 pm), A Brushstroke Path: A Sumi-e Art Show Benefit (for Big Brothers Big Sisters), Forest Meadows Park, 4750 N Meridian Rd

November 20—December 23, Holiday Artist Market, Spruill Gallery, 4681 Ashford-Dunwoody Rd, Atlanta, (770) 394-4019,

November 23—December 29, Crystal Winter Holiday Show, LeMoyne Art Foundation

December 1 (10 am—6 pm) and 2 (10 am—4 pm), Art and Antiques Fair,
FSU Museum of Fine Arts, 644-1299

December 9, Just One More, Tallahassee Downtown Market, 8 am—5 pm

Many Many Thanks to the Pucketts!

John, Winnie and Dick Puckett came to visit our studio on Friday, September 22, 2006. They purchased the White Egret birttle, Heaven and Earth prana mugs, a bunny bowl and an ikebana holder. We thank them for their support! They sent a note afterwards and here's a part of the message:
We just unpacked our "prize" items from your studio and will find prominent places for all of them...Your talents are endless--I just loved so many of your drawings. Keep working at marketing them!

Extended Cylinder--Decorating Stage

Here is Mark decorating his extended cylinder--what else? but a scene from the Apalachicola National Forest.