Papercuttings from Lexington

Opening Night

Watercolors from Lexington

Over a year ago, I was approached by Vickie Goodhart about having my work shown in her gallery. She suggested that people would be most interested in the ironwork in Lexington. I traveled to Lexington a number of times to look at the gates and admire the scenery. I created eight watercolor postcards for this exhibition. The postcards are what I saw walking around the charming town. I painted them, wrote messages on the back, then mailed them back to Staunton. I took a photo of the backs which shows the message and the Lexington postmark. I put the messages in a sealed envelope in the pocket on the back of each piece.


All of the watercolor postcards are $140 They are 4"x6", the framed size is about 10"x12". The Lexington postmark is shown on the right. The glass I use is the same AR glass I use for my gates.

Lexington Presbyterian - sold    

Dog in Herb Garden

 Lexington Balcony    

Stonewall - sold




Hopkins Green - in private collection

Alley Sunflowers - sold


Lexington Bricks I - sold




 Lexington Bricks II - sold