and this one was for ME! Yay!!! It was such fun and an honor to be associated with this fabulous organization! I met some new fellow artisans, got to talk to the press, and a bunch of wonderful friends came....a perfect day and a celebration for me of a conglomeration of many fabulous teachers who have led me down the road to this point!!! Forever grateful, and still yearning to learn more and continue growing. God Bless art and everyone associated with it!
Another fine showing of fabulous talent. This month featured two artists: Matthew Decker, specializing in glass works had many beautifully hand blown bowls, vases, and balls. Julia Dressler is a photographer who enhances her photos with computer software and touches of acrylic; then prints them on canvas and stretches onto frames. Excellent artwork by both, as featured below:
Today's featured artist was Kenneth Mulwee. His abstract artwork was full of textures, color variations, and fabulous designs that kept you engaged in each painting. I enjoyed his work very much and hope to see him get the fame and recognition he deserves! Here are some photos of his show, and a couple sneak peaks of the gardens. Can't wait til they are in full Spring attire - I'll be back for photos to create lots more paintings for my upcoming show in September.
It's been kind of a gloomy winter, and found that painting flowers and butterflies brings Spring into my heart a little sooner! And I will be including these paintings in the Sep-Oct show at the MacCallum More Museum and Gardens! The official first day of Spring was yesterday at the Women's Club Spring Luncheon! Here are some pics of both - enjoy!
I attended the first of eight artist receptions at the MacCallum More Museum and Gardens. This month's artist is Rabiah Seminole. Her inspiration of most of her works comes from her love of animals as Director and Founder of the Blue Horse Mukwa Equine Retirement and Rescue Center. Here are some photos of her and the reception.
Andrea Burke, WVWS
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'This world is but a canvas to our imagination' - Henry David Thoreau