Our exhibit at the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council gallery went together beautifully. Just got home this morning. My co-exhibitor, Pia Reilly and I took our work up on the ferry, which left in the dead of a very snowy night. We spent most of the day Thursday hanging the show, including printing our labels and artist statements.
|Pia works unpacking our art|
|My paintings on canvas, auditioning for location on the wall.|
|The 7 collages on paper I brought were framed with black mats which really made the colors glow.|
|The space was filled nicely by our combined total of 35 paintings.|
|'Crossing into Blue'; 'The Red Bowl'; 'Haruspex'; 'The Pink Chair'|
|'Long Distance Call'; 'Inner Landscape'|
|'On Star Hill'; 'The Messenger'; 'The Break-Up'; 'Floating Green'|
The opening was Friday evening - we had over 400 people during the course of three hours. Very good exposure!
|The calm right before the storm...|
|One of Pia's oils next to the lovely floral arrangement provided by the gallery for us.|
The work will hang the rest of the month. If you are in Juneau, go have a look. Color is guaranteed!