From the studio to the Gallery. Today we are taking 14 pieces over to the gallery, along with small prints ( 8" x 10") for the show, which opens this coming Friday, July, 6th.
The Rougette Gallery, in Rockland, Maine, is across the street from The Strand Theater, and upstairs. Yes, ascending is a fine way to view art.
Opening reception is 5 to 8pm, Friday the 6th, with the gallery opening at Noon.
If you're in the area, we'd love to see you at the opening!
May your day be happy and creative.
We found we have a bit more to do on The Morrigan book, should be back online soon.
It's been a good day here at the studio.
We had a wonderful visit from friends/collectors this morning. They picked up a piece they purchased in June, and are interested to several other works of art. We set two pieces aside for them from an up-coming show of ours. And we had a wonderful conversation while looking around the studio.
We also placed two pieces in a shop next door. Perhaps something will sell before the end of the season.
And we managed to get our small grant proposal put together and ready to send off in tomorrow's post.
We're also about to finish up another book, "Making Room in My Mind for the Mystery".
We'll let you know when they're available.
Very surprised and pleased with the new Ubuntu OS, it's running alongside Windows, at some point, after transferring everything from Windows, would like to completely switch over to Ubuntu.
Art takes on many forms of life, today it will weave itself into garden work and outdoor sunshine. Your studio can be anywhere, it simply depends on how you choose to look at things.
We have been photographing our original art throughout the day.
64 pieces photographed and more to do tomorrow.
Soon we'll have stocked galleries for you to look through.
Part of the work this coming week is to add an "Original Art " section to our website, after noticing it
looks as though we only have prints available for sale.
We will be creating a gallery so that you can view and purchase our work. Prints are absolutely wonderful, but sometimes is nice to have the original in your home.