Last year I and a friend of mine drove up to Atlanta to take part in the Olmstead Plein Air invitational. No, I wasn’t one of the featured artists, but I did take part in the Paint Quick Art and Sale – we get to paint “plein air” in a very beautiful park for two […]Continue reading “Olmstead Plein Air bound? — Tracy Foutz, artist”
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Olmstead Plein Air bound?
Last year I and a friend of mine drove up to Atlanta to take part in the Olmstead Plein Air invitational. No, I wasn’t one of the featured artists, but I did take part in the Paint Quick Art and Sale – we get to paint “plein air” in a very beautiful park for twoContinue reading “Olmstead Plein Air bound?”
Thomasville Center for the Arts asked me and 5 other artists to create a small mural for their theme: “Planes, Trains and Automobiles”. Of course, I was chosen to paint one of the “train” pieces. We chose an image from the Thomasville Historical Society, and a 6′ x 4′ sheet of plywood and instructed toContinue reading “Project 185”
Victorian Christmas in Thomasville
I’ll be at Victorian Christmas in Thomasville, GA, both tonight and tomorrow, trying to capture the festive mood. Come by if you have a chance! There will be several of us painting.
“Comforting Warmth” finished
Here’s the finished painting that I started at Pebble Hill. Not a really good photograph, though. There is a reflection in the upper left corner. I may post a better picture later – when the rain stops and the sun comes out again! “Comforting Warmth”, 8 x 10 Oil, $295.00
Plein Air at Pebble Hill
Two weeks ago, during Art in the Afternoon (a part of Thomasville’s Plantation Wildlife Art Festival), a group of us were invited to be a part of the Festival and paint Plein Air at Pebble Hill Plantation. Between talking to people, trying to choose a place to paint (there were just too many choices!), enjoyingContinue reading “Plein Air at Pebble Hill”
Next painting for Wheels series finished!
I’ve just finished the next watercolor in my Wheels series. It’s 16″ x 30″ wide. Transparent watercolor, no other mediums used. Enjoy! Click to view a larger size.
I was honored to be a part of the Art of Georgia II again this year. This is an invite from the Arts Council to submit 2D works to hang in the Governors Office for 6 months. The Art of Georgia II: Portraits of a Community was the theme. The exhibit will hang in theContinue reading “Atlanta!”
Sweet and Savory Sisters at the Train Depot in Thomasville!
Last Tuesday night, I attended the reception given to us (Wiregrass Gallery) by SASS – the new restaurant in Thomasville. I had such a great time seeing the gallery member artists all in one place (which is rare), and meeting new people. I have a piece hanging in the show there; it will be thereContinue reading “Sweet and Savory Sisters at the Train Depot in Thomasville!”
This is my entry for last year’s FLAUNT 2014 entry. We were given a building and tasked with interpreting it as we wish – using black and white with one Pop Up color. I was given the railroad depot (of course) and chose my Pop Up color as Atlantic Coast Line purple – the railroadContinue reading “Murals!”