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A review of the 2011 Phillips Collection staff show that includes positive remarks on my painting, "Who Invited the Dog."
Sammie, Shelby's replacement, running around like a two-year-old! Video is called Samantha in the Park.
Nine seconds of my late 15-year-old doggie-daughter Shelby (who is featured in several paintings) running around like a 10-year-old
in Lansdale, Pa., a few months before her death. Entitled Shelby Running.
The media marketing service site of my wonderful goddaughter Jessica Glenn, whose firm provides highly personalized ''boutique''
marketing campaigns that can include conceptual business plans, promotional materials, personalized buzz as well as creating
national campaigns for fully established businesses. The site also features pictures of my godgrandchildren, Zane and Myles
The excellent chef, Mary Bartlett (mother of my goddaughter, Jessica) does her special creations in Portland, Ore., and Paris,
and has a fun, informative, dynamic cook book and site
A link to my last published short story, "Signs," that includes one of my paintings as an illustration. From Delmarva Quarterly
magazine, winter, 2002, pages 14-16.
A YouTube video, "Fields of Dover," that includes some of the characters and locales featured in many of the Paintings By
The website for American master, Andrew Wyeth, designed and maintained by Karen Baumgartner
Site for the multi-talented Marianne Meyer, Examiner newspaper music critic, editor, photographer, Emmy award-winner for television
writing for children and a Peabody Award for broadcast excellence for a radio show for children.
The talented model and fashion photographer, Lauren Ashley
Corcoran College of Art and Design graduates:
Stephanie Gillen Lenz, BFA 1997
Melanie Newlon, BFA 1997
Claudine Hellmuth, BFA 1997
Ivan Witenstein, BFA 1997
Laura Traverso, BFA 1997
Lisa Noble (nee Bertnick), BFA 2001
Some Corcoran professors: Marianne LaRoche
William A. Newman
University of Maryland Masters of Art program: Claudia Demonte, professor emeritus
Terry Nauheim, MFA 2001
Emily Conover, MFA 1999, who now teaches at Maryland. The link is to a glowing Washington Post review of one of her exhibits.
John McCarty, sculpture
The Phillips Collection art museum
Zaida Jocson, excellent website designer, whose clients include The National Wildlife Federation
Painter, printmaker and fine-arts professor (and father of Jake): Bruce Muirhead
Sister of Jake, daughter of Bruce, Juliana Renard-Payen and the site of the Utica, NY, ballet school where she is an instructor
Maura Doern Danko
Lisa Marie Godfrey
Esther Maria Probst
Marti'n Andres' Paddack
And Isabelle Spicer's blog -- in French
Karen Joan Topping
One of the top photographers in Washington, Lely Constantinople
Clay Calvert, a visitor from New York and fine-arts graduate of George Washington University, who admits to being under the
spell of The Phillips Collection.
EVEN MORE LINKS:
A veteran filmmaker, Rich Field creates videos for local and global audiences, covering dramatic programs, marketing, recruitment
and development videos and documentaries
Rykken's former editor at the late monthly, Global Business magazine and author of "End of the Line: The Rise and Coming Fall
of the Global Corporation," Barry C. Lynn
Where good English springer spaniels can be obtained, Mid-Atlantic English Springer Spaniel Rescue League
The ever-stellar Kristin Hersh, founder of Throwing Muses, and her new group, 50-Foot Wave
One of the "Six Chix" newspaper comic strip artists-writers (Saturday), Stephanie Piro, who also has her own equally sharp
strip, "Fair Game"
Newspaper comic strip artist Donna Lewis, creator of the new daily strip, "Reply All," with its very contemporary design about
the amusing non-Cathy character, Lizzie.
A complete list of artists colonies, provided by Kim Roberts of the Cultural Affairs Division of Arlington County, Va.