for Arts and Humanities.
Many wonderful local artists display their wares at this show, and the opening reception is lovely; beautiful young people in ties walk around with trays of pastries and things, offering them up. I will have 13 pieces in this exhibit. Most are tiny and brand new. There is also a new thing this year for people who have cell phones (i.e., everyone on the planet except me). You can dial in a number and hear each artist say whatever they’ve chosen to say about their work. What a world!
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Tonight, I’m tagging work to drop off for this (always beautiful) show tomorrow morning.
The video includes some shots from last year’s show- my paintings can be seen on the far left at 4:41 in the video:)
Hoping it’s a great, lucrative year for the Arvada Center and for all the artists participating.
It seems I will have work in 3 shows that have opening receptions on the evening of December 11th.
This has never happened to me before, but it’s a nice problem to have. I am counting my blessings.
One is the previously mentioned Art Market at the Arvada Center.
The second is The Unity Church of Denver, who have accepted 13 of my paintings for their “Angels” show.
Thirdly, I’ll be showing with at CORE with two very talented artists, Terri Bell and Melissa Rackliff.
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