While we've been "wintering" in Florida, we have been painting every day, just as we do when in our NY studio. From three to six hours a day. Since we are definitely morning painters it leaves plenty of time to explore the local arts scene and spend some time on the beaches.
The best places to find exceptional local talent is in Vero Beach and Fort Pierce. While we were showing work at the Woodcarvers Den in Fort Pierce we received an email from a member of the Artists Guild Gallery of Vero Beach. She had seen our work in "the Den" and wondered if we would be interested in participating in the Gallery's Guest Artists Gallery. We, of course, responded that we'd be happy to stop in and learn more about it. Upon meeting with Penny Aliyetti we were happy to hand over some photos of the work that is now available. Today they made a unanimous decision to invite us to exhibit next "season". We swiftly accepted and asked that we be penciled in for January.
Now all we have to do is work out the logistics of getting between fifteen and twenty framed pieces moved down to Florida next year.
Robert and Susan Whiting will open their timberframe studio by appointment