Not yet titled - work in progress - encaustic - 20" x 24"Not yet titled - work in progress
The jury is still out on this one ?
This fall is the PONCHO Annual Invitational Fine Art Auction, Grow Art. It’s a big deal here in the Northwest and an honor to have my work included among the regions top talent. Last week was the preview party just for donating artists and it was held at the Western Bridge in Seattle. It’s a contemporary warehouse exhibition space designed by Roy McMakin and where you'll find the work of a few hundred artists on display salon style.
This piece was donated by Marita Dingus.
Her work is available at the Francine Seders Gallery.
Today my work is featured on the Treffinger Daily blog as part of the Art & Meaning project. Katherine Treffinger is the artist behind the concept where she invites artists of all disciplines to share their thoughts on what making art means to them along with an image of their work. It’s a great concept and a wonderful opportunity to get inside the heads of some really talented artists. What would your answer be to the question: What does creating art mean to you? Thanks Katherine for inviting me to participate. Check it out here.
This group show features work from many of the gallery's amazing artists and I am humbled by the level of talent and quality of work represented. Here are some highlights from the evening... I have a few new paintings up in this show too.
Sanctuary, Alicia Tormey 2009 - Encaustic w/mixed media - 16 x 60
First Light, Alicia Tormey 2008 - Encaustic w/mixed media
Artist, Danielle Bodine, with a few of her mixed media pieces.
More Works by Danielle .......
Mixed Media piece by Danielle Bodine
To see additional images of her work click here.
Ripe #4 - Carol Gouthro (my personal favorite)
Artists, Rickie Wolfe and Kamla Kakaria, have come together to create a small but compelling exhibition. It’s worth a look if you have the chance.
Artist, Rickie Wolfe, among her work at the opening of Call and Response
Falsely Innocent by John Randall Nelson - on display at Grover Thurston