Friday, April 07, 2017

Gallery Opening -Take One

For the gallery opening, I had a friend who is a great photographer take some photos for me. Of course those are not ready yet.  So I am going to share some that I took with my phone while I walked thru prior to the opening.  All of the paintings, quilts and woven goods you see in these photos are my work.
You can click the photos to see them larger.
Art Quilts

Woven Vests and Painting "In Oberon's Palace"

Woven Vest, Two small Paintings
Square Neck Top and painting "Morning Magic"

Green Eyed Serena, That Look. Blue Eyed Susan

Tesseract,  Hibiscus, Wind in the Door

Mountain Blues and Ice Crystal Vest

Red Passion Vest and Cardinal Samba

Three Paintings, a Long Vest and a Top

Three more paintings. 
The opening was great fun.  I received many very nice comments.  Plus, interest was shown in many of the works.  Three people also acted as models for some other of my woven goods.  The photographer got pictures of some of them. I will be sharing those photos later.

P.S.  this Gallery is in a converted house.
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Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

You have a great selection of items in your exhibit. I'm looking forward to more photos.

DebbieB said...

Somehow I missed the fact that the paintings and quilts were also your work. It's all fabulous! And how could I not love a painting called "Tesseract"??? Really lovely groupings.

Barbara said...

I love the converted house as a show venue, and it looks like a one-man show! Best of luck!

diane said...

Your works are interesting and enjoy seeing all of them. Such creativity. More pictures will be great!

A Left-Handed Quilter said...

Awesome!! Your works are wonderful- I hope you sell everything - ;))

Vicki W said...

Congratulations on a wonderful exhibit! I love how they hung your pieces by color palette and that there's so much overlap between the paintings and fiber art.

Jeanna said...

Still catching up but I love the way your items are displayed.