Where to find Trail Magic

I sit here in the wonderful sunroom that my husband's labors have provided, on a sparkling January day. The sun has been scarce this past fall and early winter, and I am celebrating it's abundance today joyously. While the landscape is transformed into an icy fairyland, it is hard to think of summer shows, but the 2019 season is really just around the corner!

Thus far, I will be at the August 10th Festival of the Arts in Jeffersonville, VT, September at Vermont's Woodstock Art Fest, and September 28 at the Peru Fair.
    I spent much of the 1980's & 1990's backpacking in New England, including end to ending the Long Trail. I spent time in past winters reading my journals from then and going over photos I'd taken, and many paintings come from my memories and images of that time. More hiker oriented work to come! As my photography deals highly with my summers in my kayak, I am going to take a side trip to a time & place that is still very precious to me. Bad knees limit alot of my journeys today, but I can take flight to the trails I've traveled in my paintings. This is alot of what Trail Magic Studio is about, the name commemorates all the "trail magic" I've received and given, both on the actual trail, and in my "civilized" life. I've dragged my inadequate body up alot of peaks, and seen alot of magic valleys & hidden springs, made alot of awesome memories, look for these and more in upcoming Trail Magic Studio work!
    Finally done setting up this website for commerce - thanks to all who have contacted me for their patience. I have so many paintings, I'm not sure what to include on the website without bogging it down for users. When this is complete, feel free to contact me if you don't see a favorite image that you'd like cards/prints of.