In addition to the open studio tours with the Ithaca Art Trail, I will be opening a new show at the Gallerage!
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
I was busy painting all last week, I got these 2 pieces finished- just in the nick of time! The top photo, large glass bowl, was a special order piece for a farmers' market customer. SHE LOVED IT! The other bowl is large as well, and one of my recycled wooden salad bowls. It will be part of the Art trail members' show at the State of the Art Gallery in Ithaca. Opening night is this Friday from 5-8. If you can, come see the wonderful work by almost all the Art trail members. I always enjoy it when I can make to another gallery's opening!
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
So, I know I've been very bad about the blog thing! I have had so much other stuff to do, that I just haven't been good about it. I have new work at the gallerage by Annie Zig, also a new show coming up with Alice Muhlback. I have rearranged the shop and waxed the floors. The place looks FABULOUS, and I have had more biz since school started. I am also on the Greater Ithaca Art Trail and we have open studio weekends coming up. I have much to do to get ready for all this, so check back- I haven't deserted the blog, just really busy!
Sunday, September 13, 2009
It has been a while since I have checked in. I have been working hard on painting a piece for the Art Trail show at the State of the Art Gallery- I'm getting there. I am also planning the next exhibit for the Gallerage: Alice Muhlback will be showing some of her latest works. Alice is one (I have many) of my favorite artists, her work is fun, thought provoking, and easy to own! The show will be opening at the end of September- I'm still pinning down an exact date.
We also had the first week back to school. Big thing for a new third grader!
I have to get going, I'm doing the Ithaca Market today. Check back for more info!
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Every year we look forward to attending The Great New York State Fair! Yesterday was the day. It is our way of winding up the Summer, one last day of gluttony, mindless spending, and lots of FUN! We had a great time wearing ourselves out. Wilson LOVES the rides, Don LOVES the food, and I LOVE the animals and the exhibits. The Cornell Solar House was amazing, and The sand sculpture was pretty cool too. How much fun can you pack in one day? Before we left we caught the Skinny German Juggle boy. He is one of the best street performers I have ever seen. Food, thrills, education, and live theater- WOW, what a day!