Sunday, April 26, 2015

Work in Process, April 2015, B,Grady
Finally getting a chance to break in the new rig today. I swear the grass got greener as the day went on!

Friday, April 24, 2015


BEE DANCE by Bridget Eileen Grady available at

Just in time for Spring Cleaning:)!

Our friends,Alex and Becky, at the Shirt Bakery have cooked up  one of my designs to be featured on their Swedish Dishcloths. The dishcloths are made from recycled materials and byproducts, are 100% biodegradable, and can last up to 12 months! A single Swedish dishcloth can replace 17 rolls of paper towel!!
Keeping in the spirit of the Plight of the Pollinators  that we held in the past to support environmental education programs at Flanders Nature Center and Land Trust, we will be donating partial proceeds from the sale of this particular design to the Xerces Society.

Go on over and visit their new website designed by my amazingly talented husband Jay Foster:)! 

You can support local artists,business and the Bees! by purchasing your eco-friendly dishcloth HERE on the Shirt Bakery site.

 Design by Jay Foster
For More Information on the Plight of the Pollinators event we held, and the artists that supported it you can peruse the links from February- July 2012 on this Blue Horse Arts blog.
You can view the Online Exhibition  HERE.

Friday, April 10, 2015

Jennifer Knaus Artists talk tonight at Five Points Gallery

will be speaking tonight at the Five Points Gallery in Torrington,CT. at 6PM
March 19 - April 18

Opening Reception: Friday, Mar 27 @ 6 pm
Artist Talk: Friday, Apr 10 @ 6 pm
"Personal Realities & Corrupted Myths"Gilles Giuntini

"Easy History"Linda Lindroth

"Paintings by Jennifer Knaus"
Jennifer Knaus

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

"West Morris Road," 5" x 7", Oil on Panel, Bridget Grady 2015
Another parting shot of winter from  two weeks ago. Thankfully the snow bank in the yard is almost gone:)!

Friday, April 3, 2015

Irwin Fields, March 2015,5" x  7", Oil on Panel, Bridget Grady

Hopefully a final farewell to the white stuff , though I'll miss the colors that snow reflects!
(The saturation is a bit intense in this photo).