Preliminary results are in from Harbor Shores–
The watercolor below the large oil was a study for the larger painting, and it’s sold. The second one from the left is on hold, waiting for pickup.
News from Harbor Shores, a couple of sales and a nice artist’s reception! The crowd was really great, and I truly love talking to people who want to know about my art. I was in a busy “professor/demonstrator” mode for almost the entire time (had to sneak my wine in between guest chats). Only got this sort of goofy-looking photo of me to prove I was actually there–
I look kind of short and dorky, but the paintings are nice
The exhibit depicted fall and winter scenes, and even though there was still a February cold wind/nip in the air nobody seemed to complain. Maybe feeding them helped?
A hall of fall
Enjoying wine and some pretty good little shish-ka-bob-y things (cheese, salami, tomatoes)
As for my trip to LowellArts, well, as Mr. Trump might say, “LOSER!!”. Both my entries were rejected. You just never know what the judges may be looking for. Probably not something quite as abstract as Sky Pads. However, I did get my wish, which was to have both accepted or both rejected–did not want to make two more 200-mile round trips!
Not to worry. Plenty of other opportunities out there!