is approaching quickly. It will be happening on June 9 & 10 (Saturday & Sunday) from 10 AM until 5 PM each day. The Market stretches from 1st to 4th Ave, and from Logan Street to Sherman Street. A good cure for the summertime blues.
I will be sharing booth # 33 with the wonderful
I’ll have paintings like the now finished “Embracing Chaos” available, as well as monotypes.
You can find a list of more than 260 participating artists
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the show, opened at
CORE New Art Space this evening.
It is a lovely show, juried well by
Curating these shows and encountering the variety of personalities & egos involved is always interesting. I am grateful for the folks who have softened the edges and made this a pleasure- my comrades at CORE most of all.
As for my own my work, I’ve been making teeny paintings geared toward the
Art Students League of Denver’s Summer Art Market, happening on June 9 & 10.
But I have one roving eye toward the large paintings I hope to complete for my show at CORE late this summer-and my mind wanders to Robert Johnson at the crossroads. I am thinking about
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“Miss Kitty,” oil on wood, 6″ x 6″.
I will be concentrating more on these tiny paintings now in preparation for the
Art Students League of Denver‘s Summer Art Market on June 9th & 10th.
I am proud to be sharing booth #33 at this art fair with the fantastic artist
I am also happy to have a painting included in “Renewal” at
Niza Knoll Gallery.
In short, all is well- spring always brings me a bit of hope and the sunshine feels like an answer to a prayer.
There is an unseen collaborator in the little painting above and to him I say- some flowers are too pretty to be squashed. And thank you for everything:)
In preparation for the
Art Students League of Denver’s Summer Art Market, I’ve been finishing as many small paintings as possible.
“Spit in the Wind,” 10″ x 10″.
“First Flight,” 5″ x 5″.
“The Beast Bows,” 6″ x 6″.
“Summer Bride,” 5″ x 5″.
“Voice of Reason,” 5″ x 5″.
“The Storyteller,” 6″ x 6″.
“Mountain of Gief,” 5″ x 5″.
“Plenty of Fish,” 5″ x 5″.
“The Joker,” 5″ x 5″.
“Pupae,” 5″ x 5″.
I’ll be sharing booth # 24 with
Claudia Roulier, one of my favorite artists in Denver.