Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Spiral Shell ~ Abstract

A Spiral Shell in Abstract.

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Taj ~ Abstract

This royal looking creation is based off the tiles on places like the the Taj Mahal.

Ram's Horns ~ Abstract

Decided I wanted to go back to doing some circles, this time they look like Abstract Ram's horns or maybe snail shells.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Made to the Artist Reception at the Gallery ~

These are the three pieces I am showing and the only originals I am willing to sell at this time.
Though it makes me wish I finished my piece called the Urban Jungle in time, I think it is one of my best to date.
It would of been better to stay longer to mingle but because of the live music.. which was really good, I needed to leave. Makes me wish I did not have hearing issues.
A number of people really seems to like my Cats.

My Art and I at the Gallery. Very glad I remembered my Business cards!

I feel very privileged to be able to show my Art here. There is some good Art and one really stunning Graphite by another Artist, caught my eye.

Front of the Gallery and you can see some of the Art and the live band playing to the right.
Keeping my fingers crossed all my pieces sell.

If you happen to be in the area, stop by.

And my heartfelt Thank you to Kim, for making this possible!

Red Bubble shirts

Thanks to the kindness of many good friends voting for me on a Red Bubble group contest, I came in first, with my Palette of Colors sunset. So with my modest credit voucher I bought a Red Bubble shirt, as I have never seen one in person. I try to buy test products to make sure what I a selling is of good quality.
Decided on one of my Icelandic horse designs. Its a nice shirt, it is not thin nor too thick, perfect summer weight. The feel of the fabric is soft.

It comes with a cute little tag, giving the Artist's name and care of the garment.
Will give everyone an update on how in is wearing in six months time.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Pottery Jars ~ Abstract

Continuing with the Native American theme, here is a colorful abstract of a pair of Native American Pottery Jars.