Is No News Really Good News?

I’m back!
I didn’t actually go anywhere.  I just haven’t been here with you.
But now I am.

After a wonderful visit with my sister, a smashing painting class here in McCune, and lots of gardening and yard work, I’ve settled back in at my painting space.

I’m working on the project I’ll be teaching in Shamokin Dam in October and I’m pretty excited to be painting something kind of new for me.  It’s not quite ready to be unveiled yet, but in just a few days I’ll give you a peek.

My next adventure is in August when I’ll be teaching the Four Seasons Welcome Sign again in Sacramento, CA.  There is so much work on this project – too much for 3 days, so we’ve decided to paint the Fall and Winter designs in class and the painters will take the Spring and Summer pattern, photos, and instructions home to finish.
So if you couldn’t get to McCune – maybe you can get to Sacramento.
If you are interested please send me an email and I’ll put you in touch with the class coordinator.  I’ll be waiting for your email at

We're painting this one in class

We’re painting this one in class

Also painting this one in class

Also painting this one in class

You can paint Spring at home

You can paint Spring at home

Paint Summer at Home

Paint Summer at Home

I’ve missed you guys and I’m excited to share some new stuff with you.
I hope you’re still there! and I hope you are having a fresh springtime!

Paint yourself happy,




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7 Responses to Is No News Really Good News?

  1. Leslie Hutchinson says:

    Soooo looking forward to painting in sacramento with you! Can’t wait!

  2. AnnR Sheffield UK says:

    Have really missed you Ronnie welcome “home” love your designs and wish I could be in Sacramento!!

  3. Bertie Porter says:

    I’ve really missed you and I’m so happy you are finally back. Love the “Welcome Signs”.

  4. Mileah Hall says:

    All of these pieces are all beautiful!!

  5. Hazel says:

    Love them all Ronnie. Everytime I look at the paintings we did at your Yorkshire workshop I cant believe I painted something so good – obviously could not have done it without your guiding hand. Has a date been set for the wedding?. Love Hazel

  6. Sue McClelland says:

    I was in Kansas with you and had a great time. Love the pieces but I totally agree it is too much for three days. Hope to see you soon.

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