It is dark so early now that the time has changed. It was great to have an extra hour, as there was much to do this week.
Paintings were finished, signed and wired for hanging with a coat of varnish. Everything got done somehow, except for my hair that is. I managed to maintain my focus which was the important thing.
Here are the pictures of the show at ArtPoint, the artist run gallery I belong to. The pictures with me in them were taken the night of the show. I went back the following day to take the rest, as I had no time to take photos on Friday night. This is the more intimate upstairs gallery, one of three.
The turnout was good for the show, and made for a fun evening. Flowers arrived with friends, a gorgeous bouquet of pink roses and lilies. I reconnected with two people I had not seen in a few years which was cool. Thanks to all who came!
My show is on at ArtPoint until Saturday Nov 28, and private appointments are available. See my website for details
ArtPoint Public Gallery Hours
Thurs 1-5 pm
Friday 1-5 pm
Sat 11 am-5pm
Need I say more?! Winter is back. Just yesterday I was raking debris from the garden, and noticed a few lily of the valley shoots bravely poking through. Oh how fast things change.
Blizzard like conditions with a heavy snowfall warning. The moisture is welcome, as we have had a fireban already in this area. It’s really coming down out there, heavy wet sticky snow. Seems I got home just in time to snuggle in for the evening.
I am still resting up from last weekend’s show, when the temperatures hit a balmy 23C. Here are some more pictures from the art show including the musical portion. Yours truly, on piano Friday night, then Alan on piano Sunday accompanied my vocals. The conga player has managed to dodge the camera.
This was an excellent opportunity to test drive our potential as a musical duo. The prognosis is good. We both play piano, guitar and sing, so versatility will be abundant. Rehearsals begin next week. Playing it by ear, so to speak. Stay tuned.