Our doxie Camy lost her mind about 2 years ago, right after hurricane Sandy. She's still mostly a sweet girl but has her moments. We've nicknamed her the Croc-coon -- part crocodile, part raccoon. I think that about says it all. Click here for some photos of Camy from the past.
Tuesday night was the Senior Open Studios at School of Visual Arts. It's hard to believe that this was Paul's final year of school and next week he will graduate. We're so proud of him and all of his hard work. To see more of his final project at SVA, visit his blog http://paulfioreart.blogspot.com.
I know it's been a long time since I've updated my blog and it's time to get back to it. I've missed it and have many photos to add from the past and present -- I will be adding both over the coming weeks. Bear with me, I have a lot of photos to go through and will backdate them as posted. I hope you will keep checking in. Thanks!
A walk at one of Peter's favorite spots to talk about light and design
End of the week silliness :)
Here are some photos from Peter's July workshop in Milford, PA. It was so very hot (outside) but everyone had a lot of fun. Great people, great time. Thanks everybody. Visit Peter's website to learn about upcoming workshops, www.peterfiore/com/workshops.html.
Tonight was the the welcome dinner for Peter's painting workshop inMilford, PA. Artists have traveled from near and far and everyone is excited to be here and start painting in the morning. The Waterwheel Cafe did a wonderful job. Thanks Nancie and Darren! I will be posting photos throughout the week.
Paul and Phil Rachelson, owner of The Forge Gallery, hang Paul's work
Peter and his kids, Lisa and Paul, are having their first show together at The Forge Gallery and Studio in Milford, PA. The show runs from July 13th through August 5th. For more information, visit The Forge Galleries Facebook page.
Barbara Fiore started her artistic career as an illustrator and web designer and has worked for some of the world's most prominent companies and publishers. She has always been inspired by the physical and visual world of animals and nature and has discovered sculpture as the perfect medium to express her vision. Barbara lives and works along the Delaware River in Northeastern Pennsylvania with her husband, artist Peter Fiore.