Hurray! Today was really about art. Not sorting, dumping, recycling items from my parents home. No emails (well, as of yet) or phone calls to tree cutters (ok, it was only texting… no phone call) siblings or other folks related to the family stuff. Today I went and helped hang work by members of this years Philomath Open Studio Tour at the Albany Civic Theater. What fun! Plus Sharron has offered me wall space during one of the plays. I just have to figure out what play would pair with my work. Some figuring to do.
The Guistina gallery is about ready to end their community open show. I hadn’t been able to get in to see it so I took the opportunity to do so. It was a nice outpouring of creativity.
Next it was a photo shoot in Salem with my photography friend Harold Wood. I love his lighting choices for many of my more sculptural works. Below are the end products of today’s endeavors.
These images will eventually migrate into the sculptural page… when I get around to it. 🙂
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These are beautiful photographs that allow me to see what you are doing. I love the work! but then I am a confirmed cartographaholic.
Kate, I’ve been neglecting passing images along to you for POST due to not being certain what I’ll be showing there. Most likely it will be prints and not the sculptures/mixed media (unless they are small!). Glad you like the photos. 🙂
Hopefully in August I can resume some of my art goals/marketing needs.
Looking forward to your next pastel too…
Your work is so fascinating 🙂