February 23, 2007

About last night


our dramatic hallway of prints and light

my two gelatin prints Horizons I and II

Judith Heller and her massive wood cut hung by bamboo.

Jeff and Keri next to his layers piece.
a couple four photos of last night's show, at the Franklin Pierce Law School in Concord. It was fun, well attended and made me want to get going on some drypoints and gelatin prints. There was some beautiful work to see and the building itself was an architectural dream. The best part is that Parker said that the law students really stop and look and enjoy the art each day that the show is up. Makes me feel good inside to know that. Parker and Judith did an amazing job hanging the show. And somehow Judith took the time to hand carve a 4 x 5 foot woodcut for the show too. What can one say except ... wow. It is beautiful.

5 comments:

HMBT said...

Looks wonderful!

Matt said...

Jeff not John. He's a cool guy and in my Human Body class.... so that's where he was last night. :) Hope all is well.

susanna said...

Looks like fun, Susan. I like how you are always surrounded by art. What a life!

Anna said...

congrats...looks like a lovely show...

deb said...

Susan, your work is beautiful. Sounds like a wonderful evening and it was successful! Have you heard of the Anderson Soule Gallery in Concord? It's small but the owner is wonderful and extremely nice. Just passing along the info. Have a fun weekend!