Artists’ Market – Friday, July 25: 2:00pm – 8:00pm


Trailing Arbutus

Trailing Arbutus

The 24th annual Ithaca Artists’ Market will take place on Friday, July 25 from 2 pm to 8 pm. The Market will be filled with 70 local artists in a juried show and sale featuring painters, printmakers, sculptors, collage, mixed media, photography, ceramics, glass, fiber, authors, filmmakers, fine furniture and more!



I will be at Booth 16 with prints, books, and cards. Hope you can stop by.
The Ithaca Farmers is located off Route 13 in Ithaca at 3rd Street (turn at “Aldi” and “B&W supply) If you are using GPS, use “545 Third Street, Ithaca, NY 14850” (but you won’t find that address on the actual road). You can also visit the Farmers Market website,, for more directions.

First Friday: June 6, 2014: 5:00pm – 8:00pm


Kingdom Plantae: A Closer Look

 130 E. Seneca Street at Seneca Place, Ithaca
Botanical illustrations in watercolor & close up views of the same plants through a camera lens—an intriguing contrast of full color paintings and black and white photographs. Susan C. Larkin, photographer & milly acharya, illustrator, have partnered in previous exhibitions. How differently the very same botanical specimen is seen, represented & presented provides viewers with a visually exciting experience.  Exhibit will be at the Patisserie for the month of June.

Artists’ Reception:

Friday, June 6: 5pm to 8pm

Botanical illustrations by milly acharya

Photographs by Susan C. Larkin

Shakuhachi flute by Timothy Larkin

Delicacies from Sarah’s Patisserie

Wine and Sparkling Water



Goetchius Preserve and Mary’s Woods

Each member of my TC3 class made a study of a particular Finger Lakes Land Trust Preserve.  I chose the Goetchius Preserve (which includes Mary’s Woods) because it is less than three miles away from my house in the town of Caroline.  I got lots of practice winding down and up Speed Hill Road, the shortest route between home and the preserve.  My gallery, Goetchius Preserve and Mary’s Woods, shows a collection of my favorite photographs from the study.