Card + Happy Thanksgiving

For 2022, Principia invited alumni artists to submit pieces for consideration in its calendar. Apparently the calendar committee received enough submissions it liked that, after the submission deadline, it decided to also to create a set of note cards (which are given as gifts to those who join the alumni clubs and perhaps to donors). One of my paintings was selected for the card set; it’s one I’ve shared before: SV Tommy Dundee. The set is 12 cards, each featuring a different piece.

Interestingly, I hadn’t initially planned to submit the oil painting, but I had an inkling that maybe I should anyway.

Supposedly there is a collage on page 2 of the calendar, & one of my sea turtle paintings, Honu Resting, is included. (I do not have a calendar, so I cannot say where for sure.)

The Principia cards and calendars are now available for purchase at

If you would like more than 1 of SV Tommy Dundee in your card collection, you can order a set of my existing cards (5 for $7, 10 for $10); just email me. The artwork on my card covers the entire front (no white field) and fits nicely in a little frame, too.

On another note, I have ideas for at least two more Art Walks. One of them will probably be ready before the end of the year. Stay tuned.

Last but not least, have a happy, blessed Thanksgiving!

4 thoughts on “Card + Happy Thanksgiving

  1. Victoria Johnson says:

    Hi – I had a chance to receive either the calendar or the set of cards as a donor. I selected the calendar & looked through it hoping to see your artwork and was disappointed to not see your name listed. I would like to order a set of your cards please. Congratulations!

  2. Dad says:

    Hi Genevieve,

    Thank you for the blog. I am glad to hear that Prin selected the SV Tommy Dundee for a card. Perhaps next year Prin will select one of your pieces for the calendar!

    Thank you for resending the link that shows the development of the SV Tommy Dundee painting. I appreciate seeing the process again. I continue to be amazed at how much work goes into a painting.

    Keep up the great creativity.

    Lots of love,


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