Multi-media is the art term for pieces made with more than one process. I don’t do multi-media pieces, but I did have a multi-media lunch today. Two friends of mine and I meet at the Spotted Hog (just The Hog to us) in Peddler’s Village, Lahaska, PA. We’ve been meeting this way for a couple years now and it’s been a great way to bounce ideas off each other and just to catch up. Between the three of us we represent photography, painting, and wood carving.

I met both Bea and Meg at the Bucks County Audubon Wildlife Art Show over ten years ago. Bea is an extremely talented painter and Meg does amazing intricate fish carvings (although she is currently working on a carousel horse). We talk about our families, current projects, exciting sales and what’s going on at Meg’s farm. We’re trying to figure out how to work a three person show into our schedules, not an easy task.

These lunches are a critical part of keeping the creative process going and thinking outside of our own mediums. It also really helps to have some out of studio time with other artists.

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