October 12, 2007

Fenway and Friday




Fenway Park is legendary. There is no escaping this fact here in our gallery at the moment... fans and non fans alike have been coming in to view this lovely exhibition of Tom Glover's abstractions of the Fenway. It is filled with light and color and it is a joy to walk through the lush green fields hanging on our walls. If you are in the area and want to stop by, drop me a line! We are here most of the time anyway... which leads me to my little symbolic sculpture of the day by Jane Kaufmann right here:

The Juggler. Sort of sums up what this week has been here at chez artstream. Inlaws in from Germany, having a great time with classes and cooking, walking and biking in the lovely weather we have been enjoying, finishing up work for the upcoming show which I will hold off on until next week to talk about, and making sure that we have plenty of beer and wurst available for our dear guests! Oh je, oh je. It's a good life... see what one of my lovely adult student brought in on Wednesday night for us to view, paint and be inspired by? Lotus pods! Four kinds! and a big bonus a delicate lady slipper pod. Absolute beauty! See you on the other side of the weekend!
two of them up close and personal...

with vintage britannica books and organic onions from friend judith's garden

the skunk cabbage is an interesting shape...

2 comments:

andrea said...

I just realized that you'd disappeared from my Bloglines roll. I'll try resubscribing -- maybe that'll take care of your pesky feed problems.

Abby Creek Art said...

Really like Tom Glover's piece...and your "Open" mixed media painting is beautiful, Susan!