This and that...
So, this here is a fun little project I painted for a Sasquatch themed show. The show, "Wild & Wooley", is currently hanging at The Arbor Lodge Coffee House, 1507 N Rosa Parks Way. The show will hang until March 15, on which there shall be a closing reception that I hope you can plan on attending. The art at this show is all available to purchase, but it is also a contest! Stop in, grab a cuppa'joe, check out all the Yetis and then you can vote for your favorite! It's a fun show and the coffee is strong, so pop on it if you are in the area.
Next up, one of my favorite shows is coming up and I have been invited to participate again this year. "The Love of Portland" show is a great collection of beautiful and thought provoking works that showcase the many reasons Portland is such a lovable place to live. This is a group show, so the art is a great representation of all the diverse perspectives that are naturally found in our creative community.
I am submitting a limited edition print of my "View from #52: Then and Now" piece. The first one I made has sold (yeay!), but the beauty of this technique is that it's actually a photograph, therefore making prints easy to make and affordable to buy.
"The Love of Portland" show will have it's opening reception on February 15th, 5pm -9pm, at The Peoples Gallery. ( 700 SW 5th Ave., third floor) Hope you can come out for it!
There is going to be another awesome group show at good:a gallery that opens up next month. I've started working on this one, since it's going to take me some time to make the project I have set in my mind. That's all I'm gonna say about for now...but I am looking forward to this show!
Finally, a little bit of somewhat exciting news. Due to a surprising demand, I have had "Nell's Farm" professionally scanned. The high res scan now enables me to have SUPERB prints of this piece made. I recently had a print made on canvas and could not be happier with how beautiful it turned out. I can make the prints larger or smaller than the original and they can be on canvas or archival paper. Prices vary depending on size and printing material, but are far less than the original painting would cost. Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in have a "Nell's Farm" print in your life.
Well, that's whats what for now. Updates on my future shows will be forthcoming...!
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