New Show at Cactus Gallery
A big thank you to Schiffer Publications for including my work in their new book The Art of the Contemporary Doll.I am in fabulous company with the work of more than 50 doll artists from all over the world – many of which I am pleased to call my friends! It is a most lovely hard cover book full of over 220 photos of art dolls in very diverse styles.
Next weekend, two fun art shows! Curly Tale Fine Art Gallery in Chicago will hold their opening reception for Wonderfully Weird Wonders on Friday evening, June 12th from 6 to 10 pm and Cactus Gallery in Los Angeles will have their opening reception for These Birdly Delights on Saturday evening, June 13th from 6 to 9 pm. That gives you plenty of time to get your cross country flight lined up to attend both! 🙂 I will have new work at both galleries. Birds and Weird things…two of my favorite subjects! If you are unable to attend either show, you can see all the work here: http://www.cactusgallery.blogspot.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/curly.t.art
Woolgathering at Distinction Gallery is now live!
Merriam Webster defines the word “woolgathering” as:
noun: wool-gathering; noun: woolgathering
1. indulgence in aimless thought or dreamy imagining.
The images from my dreams are what you will find created in 3D at my show “Woolgathering”. It will take place at the award winning north county San Diego gallery – Distinction. The show runs from May 9th through June 6, 2015 with the opening reception being Saturday evening, May 9th from 6:00 to 10:00 pm. If you are unable to attend, the show is now live on the gallery’s website: http://www.distinctionart.com/exhibitgallery.php?showID=107&fltr=exhibit
Thank you for taking a look!
Distinction’s opening celebration was lots of fun with great conversation, a live band and awesome samba dancers! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10152235037628727 The artwork is diverse and stunning. If you haven’t seen it, click here: http://www.distinctionart.com/exhibitions.php
These guys are called “Celebration!” and are ten inches tall not counting their hats. It’s Owl’s birthday and he’s having an allergic reaction to his own feathers while Hedgehog is worried about what he should wish for. Raccoon is just waiting patiently for cake. They are available for purchase as a group or separately.