I attended a Gerald Brommer workshop in Venice, FL in January. The workshop was good, but the weather was COLD, and even snowed. Like I havent already had enough snow to last me for years.
I am more than ready for spring and looking forward to another
Brommer workshop in April in NC and entering some juried art shows.
I particiapted in a goup exhibit with my fellow Art Seen members in the Ethel Smith Gallery of the TN Art League in January. It wasnt a great month for attendance due to the weather, but the show was a good one.
I am participating in a TNWS show at the Vanderbilt University Club and a Nashville Artist Guild show at the Gordon Jewish Community Center. Both are in Nashville for the month of March.
I am currently painting a couple chairs to donate to the Chair-ish the Kids benefit auction. This is the third year I have participated. Hunting up the perfect chair(s) to paint each year is an adventure in itself -- this year my chairs came from Goodwill -- next time i will count the rungs! (one was missing this year, and I didnt notice until I got them home. Good thing my wonderful husband is handy with the woodworking tools. He made a very nice tapered rung, even duplicated the design on it! I was totally impressed).
I will have a solo show in September at the Hopkinsville Community College (Hopkinsville, KY) in September this year. The title of the show is Paper/Paint/Print. More on that at a later date.......
Remember your comments are welcome, I would like to hear from you.