Sunday, August 26, 2007
I 'm back from 4 days at the beach of reading, hiking, photographing and eating too much. Now I am definitely ready to log some studio time. I'm feeling positive about my work and looking forward to having a show.
I'm currently working on a title for the November show at the Fountainhead Gallery in Seattle. My first thought was Light, Shadow, Reflection. My husband says it's too boring, so it's still in the works. Maybe something from a naturalist's point of view or something zen. There is a John Muir quote that basically says by going out into nature he is going in. How would that be? Going in by going out. Too vague, too sexual?
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
I am happy to report that my work is now being represented by the Fountainhead Gallery in Seattle. The address is 625 West McGraw Street. It is in the Upper Queen Anne area of Seattle. The dealers, Sue and Ron Peterson are very warm and welcoming and the gallery space has lots of light streaming in from the windows of their corner location. The gallery is open Thursday and Friday, 11-5 and Saturday and Sunday 12-6. I will be having a one-person show in November, with an opening on Saturday, November 3rd in the evening. More details to follow.
Sunday, August 5, 2007
There are many great shows in Portland this month. If you haven't seen the Dutch painting show with all the wonderful Rembrandts at the Portland Art Museum,, I highly recommend it. In addition, Jason Greene has a great show at the Genuine Imitation Gallery in the Everett Street Lofts, of water towers and piles of debris from construction sites. The paintings are well done and very affordable. Check it out! I have 2 pieces at a show at Mark Woolley Gallery. The show is called "Dig It," a show loosely based on art of and for the garden. This is the last show at his 128 NE Russell location. In September the gallery moves to the former Froelick Gallery space at 817 SW 2nd.