February 5 – 28, 2010
Opening reception: February 5, 5:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Felix Kulpa Gallery, 107 Elm Street, Santa Cruz, CA
Gallery hours: Thurs. – Sun. 12-5, or by appointment (tel: 408.373.2854)
I’ll be hanging this show this weekend, and I’m really looking forward to seeing my paintings alongside Norman Locks’ photographs. If you are in the area, I’d love to see you at the opening!
This should be a great show of encaustic work in Santa Rosa. I can’t wait to see it myself… and I’m so pleased to be included in this show! The show was curated by Thomas Morphis, and includes an impressive list of artists:
Mary Black, Howard Hersh, Julie Nelson, Tracey Adams, Eileen Goldenberg, Robin Denevan, Carrie Ann Plank, Emily Clawson, Mark Perlman, Eleanor Wood.
Oh, and me. I’ll have three of my larger “Winter” paintings hanging.
(I couldn’t find a link for Eleanor Wood for this list- if anyone knows, please send it to me…)
I’m happy to share with you all that I’ll be hanging a show of new work at Enso gallery this week, which will run through the month of September. Enso is actually a yoga studio as well, run by an amazingly generous and creative local couple, and they run a very nice gallery space, right by the ocean here in Half Moon Bay. So if you are in the area, come check it out.
Where: Enso, 131 Kelly Ave. Half Moon Bay, CA
When: Please join us for an opening reception September 12, 4-6 p.m. There will be light food and drinks. The show will run the whole of September. Check the schedule at http://www.ensohmb.com for gallery availability. Generally, the gallery is open to the public before and after yoga classes.
If you are coming from out of town, and want to make sure that you see the show, email me directly, and I’ll try to arrange a time to open the gallery for you.
Hope you can make it!
Here are some pictures from Wednesday night’s opening in Walnut Creek. It was a good crowd, and I was able to enjoy some really interesting work, and talk to other artists. I’m sorry I am not able to credit the work shown in these pictures. I need to go through the many artists who are on the postcard, look them up online, and I’ll put them in the ever-growing sidebar under “Artists I Love”, so that you can go learn more about them if you are interested. A big thank-you to Eileen P. Goldberg who curated the show!
I can credit myself, though. Those are two of my pieces, above, and to the left.
Another of my pieces, off to the left, above the crackers and cheese.