I'm back from a rather intense week on the road to NY with my husband Don. It was an excellent trip that included seeing family along the way, and slide talks at two boarding schools--West Town in West Chester PA and my own alma mater, Solebury School in New Hope PA. Some of the students listening were bound for art school upon graduation, so I hoped to give them a glimpse of the life of a professional artist. I also showed slides illustrating how my work has developed in the past...uh...many years since I was in their places (OK, I graduated from high school in 1972!)
But the main event of course was the opening of the group exhibit I'm in, Have A Good Eye
, at M!WAA in New York. In the photo you can see the two paintings I exhibited, Desert
left, and Stone Shadows
on the right, plus me in my requisite black outfit. The opening was very well attended with much good conversation, and meeting and greeting among the artists and patrons. This is the first time I have shown work in NY so it all seemed rather glamorous and novel, and very enjoyable.