Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Three or More Thursday

Three_Or_More_Logo Tam at The Gypsy’s Corner is the hostess for “Three or More Thursday” and I’m joining in for the first time this week. (clicking on the logo on the right will take you to her site)

This week I am going to share the artwork of a local artist, Joy Hulgan. I had the opportunity to get to know one of her sisters when our sons played soccer together over fifteen years ago. All the sketches we purchased were of places that were sentimental to us.

Georgia Institute of Technology, where I went to school and where my son now attends:

Ga Tech

Lanier School for Boys, where my husband when to elementary school:


First Baptist Church, where my in-laws and my husband and I were married:

First Baptist Church

The Pig, a local barbecue restaurant (yum):

The Pig

and the Augusta National Golf Club, home of the Masters Golf Tournament:


From a bio I found online:

“Joy Hulgan comes from a family of artists, including her mother and two sisters. As a group, the sisters have enjoyed over twenty years in the fine art business, reproducing Joy's art and the art of their mother, Mary Hulgan. Joy began drawing architectural sites and landscapes in 1978 and has published numerous reproductions of her work. She also works in oils, painting landscapes and portraits. In her spare time, she teaches art to seniors and finds that a particularly joyful experience.”

Thanks for visiting my blog. Visit Tam at The Gypsy’s Corner. for more Three or More Thursday participants.


  1. These were beautiful Susan. I especially liked the bbq.. Looked like a fun place to eat. You said yummy, so it must be good as well? :-) I wished I had thought of the pictures earlier I would have joined you for outdoor Wed. that's my brain these days.. it's in numbers instead.. have a super evening.hugs ~lynne~

  2. How did you group all of your awards and such? If you don't mind sharing.. that loooks awesome and alot neater..hugs ~lynne~

  3. How neat that you have art from local places. I would love to have drawings of the church where I was married or the schools I attended. They must be really special to you.

    Thanks for sharing

  4. What great memories and the fact that you know the artist make it all the more special.

  5. What a wonderful collection! I love it!

    I enjoyed your outdoor wednesday post of your hubby's family's old homestead...wayyy cool!

  6. Thank you for sharing your beautiful pictures, I really enjoyed them! Your blog is beautiful! Thank you!

  7. Hi are very lucky to know such talented artists! I loved this post because it gave a little glimpse into your life (nosy Blondie :-)!!
    Have a great Thursday!


  8. Susan I love all of these...and girl I am with Lynne you need to do a post and tell us how to group every thing on our blog..I am alway up for a learning lesson..I also want to know how you did a separtate blog for blogs you follow and link it to yours..PLEASE give us a lesson..hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

  9. Yes, please do a tutorial post on blog organization.

    I love all of these buildings that are special because of your memories. That church is magnificent.

  10. Hi Susan...this artist is very talented...sigh... some of us have it and some of us....well, don't! Your collection is so nice. ;-) Bo

  11. Susan, these are so well done, and I didn't know you went to Ga Tech! Neat! I always feel like Georgia is North Florida or Florida is South Georgia! LOL! I enjoyed seeing where all of you went to school, got married, and enjoy going... do you have tickets to The Masters? If you do, you are very blessed! What a gorgeous golf course!

    Take good care this cold morning...


    Sheila :-)

  12. Susan,
    Welcome to 'Three Or More - Thursday' and what a wonderful first post. I love the artwork and it's great that it shows locations that are part of your history.
    Have a wonderful Thursday,

  13. Hi Susan! I really like these. It's great to know something about the artist. I think that makes the pieces even more special besides the fact your family has history at these sites! How wonderful!!

  14. Susan what a lovely post.Some of your past for you to always have.I would like,while you're passing out knowledge,to know something about how to change my compile.See,I don't even know what to call it.ha.I almost tried to do it myself this morning.Of course I don't have a clue what i'm doing.I had my post almost written.In the blink of an eye.POOF,GONE.argggggggggggggPLESAEEEEEEEEEEEEEE,Ann

  15. These drawings are wonderful, and it's wonderful that they have such meaning to you and your family. Thanks for sharing. laurie

  16. Welcome to Three or More Thursday! It is fun to see more participating. You have some beautiful artwork there. How special it is for your family to have these!

  17. She is very talented. It is nice that the places have a special meaning to you and your family. Thanks for sharing.

  18. What talent. Great post. I have a new address. Google ruined my blog.

  19. What beautiful art work. Beautiful art is even better when the object has special meaning. Thank you for sharing.
    I passed a Friends award to you today. You can visit my blog to receive it.

  20. I forgot to tell you.I have an award for you.It's the pretty blog one.Yes...I'm trying to butter you up.haha...Not really.Ann

  21. I do love architectural sketches..and these have a special meaning..thus making them a treasure trove of 3 :)

  22. I have been to Augusta is truly beautiful! The sketches are great...nice to collect art that holds meaning as well.

  23. I always love a home decorated with meaning. Your sketches are the perfect example of that. Thanks for sharing them with us. Sally

  24. It is so much fun seeing important places in your life. Thanks for sharing your great collection.

  25. Hi Susan, I stopped by to tell you I've run into the problem of only being able to follow a certain number of blogs...apparently I've hit my limit. :-(
    But I had to tell you, I grew up on Macon, went to First Baptist from the time I was 8 and my husband went there his whole life. We met there and that's the church we were married in, as well as both his sisters. It's also the church I was baptised in. I went to Miller in 8th grade but we moved so I had to finish out high school at McEvoy. I went to college at Mercer...small world, isn't it? :-)


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