September 17, 2006

Scenes from the gallery ...

Here are some shots from before/during/after of the Two Views of Tuscany show opening on Friday night. More on each of the artists work in the week to come. Today is one heck of a beauty here in my little corner of the world so I am going to leave you with images only... (phew! what a relief you all say...) For those of you who inquired about purchasing the monotype I showed on Friday click here. Thanks for all the kind words! More to be added ...














11 comments:

Belinda said...

oooh, great pictures. looks all fabulous and successful. something i would love to see.

Pat said...

Opening night looks great! I am so pleased for you. And I can't wait to see it for real! pat

julie said...

Looks fantastic..wish i could have seen it live!!

Funky Finds said...

wow! everything looks beautiful susan. terrific artwork.

Ulla said...

WOW, this looks like a fabulous show Susan!!! I love the shot with all the people banging on the door to get in...lol... obviously your gallery is the place to be!

susan said...

yes! this show is a show ender of all. it has already generated the sales of six paintings and we will be putting some of the works on paper online as they are all quite affordable - 250 for some of the watercolors, framed and other works in acrylic on paper for 65!!
ulla - those three musketeers came in through our back entrance... three artists in crime, looking for wine and goodies. they were just ASKING to have their photo snapped!

Sheri Burhoe said...

Looks amazing.Great that you have Andrea Pratts works included in your gallery.I LOVE, LOVE the orange dividing panel ! :)

Jes said...

OH! It looked to be a wonderful time!!

natasha said...

it looks so fantastic! i love large groupings of tiny paintings. i am guessing you do, too.

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

Oh my you sure know how to show art and celebrate it!! I cannot wait to be part of this joy!!

susanna said...

Congratulations on the show! What a beautiful gallery space, Susan. Love that pumpkin-coloured wall, too!