Sunday, May 3, 2015

"Environments: Pressed" is up and open!

Exhibition is up and ready for visitors...

Whew! Friday was a whirlwind of a day. I loaded up the car first thing in the morning and drove the 3 hours to Denver. First stop was to pick up frame moulding from the supplier, then to the venue to hang the show.

Visitors started arriving shortly after 5:00 and there was a steady stream until nearly 10:00! Lots of great response (and even some sales), but the best part was getting to see some friends I hadn't seen in a long time. (Read: 20 years!) Crazy, and great.

... and here they come!

The show will remain up through the summer at the Denver Architecture Collaborative, 863 Santa Fe Drive, and visitors are welcome to wander in during regular business hours, Monday through Friday. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Rocky Mountain Land Library, a project near and dear to my heart.

Now that this major project is handled I might actually find a little time to print this week. Yesterday was the annual "International Print Day in May," which I missed... but then wouldn't it be nice if every day were Print Day?

Monday, April 27, 2015

Exhibition News: Society of Animal Artists 55th Art & the Animal


It's with great pleasure that I announce "No Fences for Small Things" has been selected for inclusion in the Society of Animal Artists' 55th annual exhibition, Art & the Animal.

The exhibition will open August 28, 2015 at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute in Jamestown, New York.

I'm all about exhibitions here this week, since I'm busily framing work for Friday's opening of Environments: Pressed and for the Colorado Governor's Invitational show and sale, which opens at the end of May. I'm also preparing work for several summer exhibitions, since I won't be here to take care of those tasks as they arise. Poor Presston looks like a framing table instead of a press, but he's taking it all with stoic good grace.