Greetings! Happy New Year to you! Just gonna take a few moments to catch you up on some exciting things that have been happening for me in my art world. Currently, I have 8 of my paintings hanging at Nirvana Cafe. They are in very good company as they have been sharing the space with fabulous works by Julie Irmer and Kali Hoesch for the Cafe's Winter Show. As you may imagine, it is a Show full of color and texture and a sure way to brighten up even the gloomiest Portland winter day. Nirvana is at 510 SE Morrison, so stop in if you are in the area, grab one of their delicious menu items, relax and enjoy the sights. The show will hang until the end of February.
Well the big 300 is still hanging and fabulous art is still available until January 13. I am super happy to announce that I sold five of my ten boards so far! The opening was a smashing good time and art was flying off the walls as people were there to BUY ART and support the Oregon Food Bank! So much art has sold, in fact, that the remaining pieces have all been condensed into one large space, the Peoples Art Gallery. It is still a sight to behold and I encourage you to get down there and check it out before the show ends. Peoples Art is on the third floor of the Pioneer Mall, downtown Portland. (700 SW 5th Ave)
Now that the Holidays are behind me and I have finished and shipped all my custom gift orders, I have been getting back into the swing of things, painting wise. I was recently invited to do a painting for an upcoming show at Lane Gallery. The Show is called "The Farm" and will open in March. I have really been enjoying working on this one and I hope that you will come out to the opening for this show. I will post more info on that as the Show grows closer.
Above you will see just a few of the custom orders for dragons I had this past season. This is a custom family surrounded by their creative muses, and it was a very fun project for me. Many thanks to all who ordered a dragon (or twelve!) from me this Holiday season. I appreciate your business!
Mundane musings from a modern Mnemosyne