Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Pictures from Weiler House Exhibition, March 24, 2012

First of all, THANK YOU to everyone who came to this event! The reception flew by quickly and I so enjoyed visiting with all of our guests, fellow artists, and collectors. Here are some pictures from the event, with all of my works hanging in one of the rooms. I love the feel of this gallery, as it is very welcoming, and its home-like feel makes it easy for a collector to envision the artwork on their walls at home.

Above doorway: "Four Rows, Napa Valley," "Morning Calm in Texas Summer," "The Canal Less Travelled." Top row, main wall: "Back Study," "Delights of Summer," "Attitude in Green (Sold)," "Arabesque in Blue." Bottom row, main wall: "The Incident," "Paint Horses in Caprock Canyons," "Summertime Stilettos," and "Aurora."

Left: "Sunset Over the Ponte Vecchio," above "Artichoke and Lemons"
Right: "A Venetian Spectator," above "Climbing Roses - Cortona, Italy," "An Open Door," and "Spring Trail"

Above: "Legacy of Elegance;" Below: "Comforts of Old" and "Ballerina with Venetian Mask"

Unfortunately, we didn't catch fellow artist Ann Hardy in time for a group photo, but here I am with wonderful landscape artist, Cecy Turner, in front of "Twin Arts."

Some happy collectors took home "Mountain Man" for their collection of Western art. I'm always thrilled when my work finds a good home! :-)


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