Tuesday, November 3, 2015
The image is the official invitation to that gallery reception this Thursday. During the reception, the curator promises to have an "engagement activity" to enhance the gallery experience for those in attendance. She says viewers will be able to finish the story of each work. An interesting premise I think.
Perhaps more about this later...
For an electronically challenged person (like me!), the above image was a bear to transfer from an attached file in an email to... well... to the image you can see here! Maybe next time I'll remember what I did this time and manage to do it quicker!
Monday, October 26, 2015
Ordinary People...that’s the name of the show down
way. My paintings will be with works from a bevy of wonderful artists. There’s DawnWhitelaw (portraitist and landscape painter extraordinaire), JohnWilkison (signature member of the National Watercolor Society), Margaret Dyer (Georgian creator of glowing pastels) and Edie Maney (maker of
abstracts that suggest the figure).
I can't wait to see what artists Helli Luck, AJ Holmes and Anne Carothers have brought to the show as well.
Oils, pastels, watercolor, photography… lots of different media, lots of different approaches to ordinary people for no two of us see in exactly the same way.
It would be delightful to see you at the reception on Thursday, November 5th, from 5 to 8 at
1665 Hampshire Pike, Pryor
Art Gallery Columbia, TN.
Pryor is on the campus of
in the last building on campus fronting the highway when coming from Columbia State
Community College . Columbia
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