oil on masonite
Early this year, I tore out a page in a magazine that announced open submissions for the Greenwich Workshop Gallery's Annual Miniature Show. I thought it would be a long shot, to be accepted, but I've mustered up the courage to at least try - so I just entered this new piece for their consideration. Cross your fingers - I won't know until the end of September.
For those who don't know the Greenwich Workshop Gallery, they represent some of the top-notch painters in the country. As a picture framer, I drool over the giclees my customers bring in from that gallery. So you see why it's a long shot - but heck, why not try?
This scene is a young lady tucked away in the side garden of the Art Institute of Chicago.