It's always super fun to see my work somewhere I wasn't expecting. The City of Virginia Beach included an image of my paintings on display at Beach Gallery in this article about the art scene in Virginia Beach, full of suggestions of great places to find local art. Aside from Beach Gallery, they talk about the Boardwalk Art Show during the Neptune Festival, The ViBe District Mural Walking Tour, and Stravitz Sculpture and Fine Art Gallery.
Stop by Bay Local anytime between May 15th and June 30th to see some of my favorite oyster paintings in person. And do yourself a favor, sit down and have a drink and some amazing brunch. Their food is out of this world. All displayed works are available for purchase here. See me painting live as well! Details below. Live Painting Saturday, June 9, 2018 | 10 a.m. - Noon Bay Local | 972 Laskin Road, Virginia Beach, Va
I've had a lot of inquiries about my work that is currently showing at Beach Gallery through May 12th for The Painted Garden Art Show. Before 5/12 Contact Brian Murden at Beach Gallery to see what is still available, at (757) 428-3726 or email@example.com. After May 12 After that date any remaining pieces will be for sale on this site so you can check back anytime. Enjoy! For those interested, here is the list of paintings submitted for the show. Savoir Vivre Tresor de la Mer Reve Cotier Les Amoureux L'Amour la Mer La Belle Vie What Remains La Marie Submarine Can This Be Love After...
I had such a blast painting at Lynnhaven River Now's (LRN) 16th Annual Oyster Roast! There was great music, delicious oysters, *gorgeous* views (courtesy of Eleanor and Bob Stanton). My oyster painting, "Le Sel" (24x24, gallery wrapped) was auctioned off at the event to support LRN's mission. I met so many wonderful people as I painted on site, it was a perfect afternoon. Stay tuned to see Le Sel's companion piece as I finish her up in the next week. I'll be sure to post her.
If you're a Virginia Beach local, look for me in the April issue of The Northender! This issue talks all about movers and shakers, the renovated Cavalier Hotel and of course Historic Garden Week and The Painted Garden Art Show at Beach Gallery.