Debra is an accomplished self-taught watercolorist, having installed a number of shows throughout the US. She has a home studio at the farm and a public studio in the Shockoe Bottom Arts Center, an old tobacco warehouse in an area of downtown Richmond called “The Slip”. Some of her work can be viewed by clicking on the Arts Center link above and going to “Artist’s Sites”. She’s in the section 37-40, Suite 202. Yep, that’s her with the big smile. Debra is available for commissions, and has several works, that include flowers, old trucks, landscapes, still lifes, and yes,…even llamas that hang in private collections from Chicago to Florida…from New York to California.
John is tall, stretchy and handsome….Ooooops, wrong bio…that’s Dan Goodyear!! Actually, John is the Eastern Regional Vice President for Junior Achievement, having worked for that organization for the past 20 years. For more than 80 years, Junior Achievement has been educating and inspiring America’s children to value free enterprise and experience the American dream. Now more than ever, our children need to understand why our free enterprise system is one of the cornerstones of the democracy we cherish and defend.
John’s participation with llamas has included several stints as the Show Announcer. He sits on the L.A.M.A.S. Board of Directors and recently completed the Beginner Judging and Show Clinic, qualifying as an Apprentice ALSA Judge.