“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven…” ~ Ecclesiastes 3:1
Appreciate fall in all it’s glorious splendor because winter will be upon us before we know it. Heart of Community, Book #2 in my Neighbor to Neighbor series has been released. My calendar is beginning to line-up with events such as the upcoming Authors and Artists Holiday Gift Sale in my own neighborhood of historic Bel Air. I look forward to getting out and about to share information about all of my publications.
On Saturday, November 6, 2021 I’ll be showcasing an award-winning book which I wrote. It’s a great holiday gift for anyone but it may be of particular interest to artists. Richard Galusha: An Artist’s Journey was a finalist in the 2020 Eric Hoffer Book Awards contest, which is the largest International book awards contest for small, academic and independent presses.
The book recounts one painter’s path from a child setting up his own art shows to becoming a career art teacher, to becoming a full time artist who has studied with “the very best of the best” and traveled the world painting. And finally, Galusha became the co-owner of a top-notch, well-respected fine art gallery. This coffee-table sized book is one which will be appreciated over and over again for the variety and volume of pictured paintings in it along with an insightful and entertaining story as to the dedication it takes to become a top level artist.
Before you know it we will be stepping into the season between Thanksgiving and New Year. And you know what that means, don’t you? Busy with activity.
See ya around as I get out into my own community of Harford County, Maryland as well take artful journeys to others. It’s all what I do! Faithfully share how the arts and using our creative energy brings personal fulfillment and enrichment to our lives.
Top Photo ©Sue Batton Leonard. One of many, many charmers in the harbor town of Wickford, Rhode Island. It is a gorgeous little village I recently discovered whose history is interesting! More writings will be posted soon on AllThingsFulfilling.com about my autumn travels to Wickford and other notable places which included all things I love – art, architecture, history, family and the opportunity to share it with you.