Just a couple of pretty poor pics of the exhibit -- unfortunately, the lighting in the long hallway is not good, and only a couple of the pics came out reasonably well. But these are five of my photos, on the left.
The picture of the tree is mine, as is the framed one to the left (I wish these were better! Maybe I'll take some more.) The tree one sold before the exhibit was even hung :)
You can't see this one too well, but it's my favorite -- the Madonna I took in Mexico in February. The frame ($2.00 at a garage sale) is fabulous, now that my friend Jana touched it up all gold. It was a very nice event, and I was pleased with how it all went.
And this is my haul from this morning -- my village is having a community-wide garage sale, so I was out at the crack of dawn, looking for frames. I hit the mother lode at one place, an estate sale of a woman who had been a painter. I got a bunch of nice frames from that place, and one or two others from a number of different stops, maybe 15 in all.
My next event is at the end of July, when I am part of the "Summer Art in the Garden" series at Wisteria, an antiques and garden place near where we live. I'm thrilled to be part of the series, and am stocking up on vintage-y frames I can use to showcase my pictures. I'm really looking forward to it, and will be going full steam ahead once school is over (4 more weeks!!!).
For now, I have to get a couple of pieces together to hang in the store on consignment, something I'm very excited about. That way, maybe people will see my work and be interested enough to come in July to see more. Oh, or buy something right there and then :)
Happy Saturday to one and all --