How to Have a Happy New Year

Calla LiliesTo have a happy New Year you need to do three things:

  1. Find your muse. A muse is a person or thing that inspires you to be better.
  2. Feed your passion. Everyone has something that sets their heart a flutter. Do that once in a while! It’s okay and it’s necessary.
  3. Get creative with your life. Don’t be boring! Do something different. Go to a concert, play or art show just for the hell of it. You may meet some fabulous people or get an idea that revolutionizes some aspect of your being.

I wish you all much love & happiness in 2016!

Woodstock Lions Fall Festival

Come PlayCome out and join me for the Woodstock Lions Fall Festival on Saturday October 10th from 10 am until 4 pm at 550 Molly Lane Woodstock, GA 30189. I’ll have original paintings on canvas and glass 50% off. Attention decorators…you cannot beat these deals! Small to large size paintings  available.

It’s in the Show!

Please come out to see my mixed media painting, “Hanging Out the Stars”, at the Marietta Cobb  Museum of Art this Friday, January 16th from 7pm until 9pm.  This event is sponsored by the Red Door Gallery and is a fundraiser for children’s art programs

Hanging Out the Stars 20x20x2 mixed media on canvas

Hanging Out the Stars 20x20x2 mixed media on canvas

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Hanging Out the Stars

Hanging Out the Stars 20x20x2 mixed media on canvas

Hanging Out the Stars 20x20x2 mixed media on canvas

I was inspired to paint this piece to enter a gallery show sponsored by Red Door Gallery & the Marietta-Cobb Museum of Art in Marietta, Georgia. Hope you find it interesting. Maybe it made you laugh or think…what? I made it to be fun. My beautiful dancing muse is hanging out stars to light your way. Let your imagination loose and be creative with life! It’s yours to create…

New art-“Seven Sisters”

I love to paint flowers! This is a new painting of delightful daffodils. They are bursting forth from an abstract background, dancing and showing off their pretty pink petals.  The seed heads are done with metal beads.  Painted on a gallery wrapped canvas. I couldn’t wait for it to dry so I could put them up on the wall! I have dedicated them to the last few weeks of spring.  I hope they make you smile too!sevensisters-plenzick-copy