Freeze Thaw Cycles is one of the best bike shops in the USA, I’m not just saying that, here is the article. I have only good things to say as a new customer and have heard only good experiences from others. So when one of the owners talked to me about painting a new logo on their facade I was ecstatic!
I redesigned a previous logo and before I knew it (and before it got too cold) I was perched on a ladder paint in hand. For a couple days students and townsfolk swam around the steel pillar as I painted over the previous design, drew on the new one, redrew it, shifted it half a foot sideways, painted it, repainted it, refined it, and took some photos:
Loved this project and if you’re biking across the country and your bike breaks down in State College I highly recommend the best bike shop in town: Freeze Thaw Cycles.
In early December I will be bombarding the town of Lemont with some of my latest artworks. The attacks will be simultaneous and occur at two locations: The Art Alliance of Central Pennsylvania gallery and The Granary. See details below:
Art Alliance Holiday and Wreath Sale:
Hours: Friday & Sunday (Dec 2nd & 4th) 1 – 4 pm; Saturday (Dec 3rd) 10 am – 5 pm
Evening Reception: Friday (Dec 2nd) 7 – 9 pm
824 Pike Street in Lemont, PA, 16851
Lemont Granary Art Show:
Hours: Friday (Dec 2nd) 5 – 8pm; Saturday (Dec 3rd) 11 – 5pm
A block or so up Mount Nittany Rd.
Do you ever get the urge to get up and just start running? It hits like a flash and then the power is there. Thats how its been the past couple days. This time though I’m running with paint. I was lucky enough that a friend gave me a Plein Air French Easel when I left Milwaukee. Beginning yesterday I set up outside and just painted. Thats all, and it was great.
For the past two weeks I’ve been sick with a combination of cold and Lyme disease. Finding the tick in my side explained the fatigue and aching all over. With approaching commission deadlines it was no fun. With antibiotics I feel invincible. An invisible euphoria now drives my soul. I’m hooked on Plein Air. I can’t wait to paint all of Pennsylvania!