Saturday, January 31, 2015
5:00 pm cst
Well--Happy New Year!
So today I thought I'd try again to post on my blog page. It seems these days technical
issues have been the order of the day(s). And since I'm one to not give up easily on issues that are important to me,
I've decided to write another post to blog today.
I guess you might have noticed many of my previous blog pages
are gone. Also your much appreciated responses have disappeared also. AARRGH! I wish I had an explanation (for more than one
reason...) but I've yet to discover where over 50% of my blog entries and responses have vanished. Hey--if any of you
find them floating in cyberspace somewhere--let me know so I can lasso them and bring them back to this blog page. Oh well
a new year and new beginnings give us all an opportunity for growth--right?
So to update you with what I've been
up to at Texas Hexes Designs studios--here is a brief summary of what's going on...
Last December Cathedral House
Gallery in San Antonio, Tx. invited me to show a few of the Texas Hexes Designs series in their show and sale. There were
a number of artists in the show and if you're in the area, I invite you to visit the gallery and grounds. It's a
beautiful place to discover. This year Cathedral House Gallery will host three gallery shows. I'll post the gallery show
dates soon--so stay tuned...
I was very excited to donate a framed sixteen inch "Bless and Protect the Animals"
to the first annual "For the sake of Jake" fundraiser for Canyon Lake Animal Shelter (CLASS) here at Canyon Lake,
Tx. Since my work fit beautifully for their cause, I was happy to be able to help CLASS at their auction earlier in January.
February 12 Episcopal Church Women of Canyon Lake is hosting "Have a Heart for a Child" fundraiser to benefit Communities
In Schools--an organization that helps children in need in Comal County. Texas Hexes Designs will have several items for sale
at the benefit with a large percentage of sales going directly to Community In Schools programs. It's also a very good
and worthy cause that I'm happy to help with this year.
On April 4-5 (Easter weekend) Texas Hexes Designs will be
represented in San Antonio's Little Church of LaVillita Starving Artist Show and Sale. Larry and I love participating
in that show because a percentage of all sales from the show go to Little Church to feed the homeless in San Antonio. Starving
Artist Show and sale is always fun a and beautiful show that is set in downtown San Antonio in the quaint old village off
By-the-way...we are celebrating our fifth year here at Texas Hexes Designs! Larry and I thank all of you
for allowing us to be a part of your lives by "sharing the blessings of Texas through art". I enjoy being able to
share my work with you and if we haven't met yet--I look forward to the day we do meet.