Sunday, February 27, 2011

"Runnymede Road Dogwood"

Every year Hampton House Gallery has a benefit show for Aids Care Service here in Winston-Salem: "Small Art Big Heart". A portion of the proceeds from every painting or craft sold goes to this charity.
Here is the first entry that I painted just for this event. Runymede Road is a very popular Spring drive where one can see many massed plantings of azaleas, dogwood trees, cherry trees, flowering crabapples, jonquils-an abundance of color and fragrance! Many people say that this is the most beautiful street in our city.
Oil on Cradled Wood Panel
8" X 8"


  1. Hi Steven,
    Bravo for participating in the AIDS Benefit with your works. Your subject matter shows superb timing and I predict a sell-out. I believe most of the country has had all the winter we can stand and your two paintings certainly speak of spring and warm, beautiful days.

  2. Hi Gary
    I learned today that one of my paintings had sold the night of the opening! It makes me very happy to know that someone wanted to support the cause through this purchase.
    Always good to hear from you.