Here’s a short video shot in my South Carolina studio (a.k.a. And for the sharp-eyed among you, there’s a My art can go in a lot of different directions.
Margaritaville North) talking about the collection. I find inspiration most everywhere, from Christmas to Angels to flowers and nature to Disney and Peanuts.
All you need are a few ingredients you’ll see in the video, a little patience, and maybe a touch of personal flair! And when you think of America’s first folk artists, the early settlers facing an uncertain life in an unknown wilderness, I’d say that’s pretty understandable! It’ll only open to active and retired military personnel and their families so it’s a little bit different from my normal signings.
They existed on the edge of civilization, in harsh conditions where life and death were daily considerations, often beyond human control. But I love these military events and try to do at least one The stop motion animated Christmas classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a tradition in my home. It first aired in 1964 and is the longest running, highest rated holiday special in television history.
There’s an emotional spark, a connection in what I try to do and it can take many different forms and cover a lot of different subjects.