June 04, 2012

Hudson, NY; day two, and then some.

I am behind in posting. I was fortunate to be able to make it to NY and LA for the two openings. I am getting ready to embark on a major spring/summer cleaning around here, so hopefully that will help to support my travel and show expenses. I felt it was necessary to participate in person. This is what I do. It was nice being part of the soup, as they say. 

First up, the show at John Davis Gallery in Hudson, New York-

Trying to be one of the center of attentions, I found it difficult to remain poised and play paparazzi simultaneously. And yet...
My work is on the second floor of the carriage house in the small rooms. I was pleased with their presence in the intimate spaces.  

Me, Lucy Mink Covello
Lucy was on an art pilgrimage and stopped in Hudson to see the show. Thanks LMC!

Martin Bromirski

Martin's work is on the second floor too.

 Martin Bromirski, Me

Lucy Mink, Me, My blown out paintings. I love the iPhone camera, but exposure is not it's strong point.

Farrell Brickhouse and Lucy

Hat trick: Heidi Pollard, Lucy Mink and Martin Bromirski

Debra Priestly's sculpture suspended from the ceiling. 

Rosanna Bruno's work in the main gallery

Fabulous smiles on Maureen and John

Some of my small works in the carriage house

Hypothetical questions and mythical answers: 
Q: Do you make small paintings just to sell?
A: No.
Q: Have you ever painted large?
A: Yes, but only for about 20 years or so. 

Whoa there. 14 x 11 inches and  9 x 7 inches
"Southern Exposure"
"Pirate Mask"

The sculpture garden behind the gallery. John Rupert's sculpture.

Next up. LA.


Carla said...

Your work looks happy there. That blue face photo is great.

MaryAddison Hackett said...

It felt happy there.