The opening for the 33rd Annual AVAA Members Show had an great turnout tonight! It was crowded by the time we arrived, shortly after 7pm, and just kept getting more crowded while we were there. Hard to see the art, though, with so many people there. 🙂
The show continues through August 7th at Studio2 Gallery, 1700 S. Lamar, Suite 318, in the South Lamar Business Park. Hope you can get by before it closes. There’s lots of wonderful work there.
I just returned from helping hang the new AVAA members show. It is going to be great! There are so many wonderful pieces in this show, and the space—Studio2—is one of my favorites in Austin. There are many very nice representational works, a wide variety of beautiful abstract pieces, and quite a few sculptures.
I’m showing one of my favorite recent paintings, and I love where they have it hung!
The opening is this Saturday, July 17th, from 6:30pm – 8:30pm. The location is 1700 S. Lamar, Suite 318, in the South Lamar Business Park. The show runs through August 7th.
Check the Studio2 website or the AVAA website for more information.
It’s been a very long time since I posted anything here, so a few updates to catch you up on all my news:
The most recent news is that I had another painting chosen for an ETSY Treasury for the holiday weekend; check it out (great stuff, beautiful colors!): Etsy Treasury: firecracker-firecracker-boom-boom-boom. Many thanks to AB Graham Arts for including my work!
A couple of my paintings have been chosen for the Austin Visual Arts Association’s 30th Anniversary Exhibit & Reunion, to be held at the Dougherty Arts Center location, 1110 Barton Springs Road. The show will open on Thursday, June 28, 2007, from 6-9 p.m., and run through July 30. Music by the Atlantics!
This show was juried by Ken Hale, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for the UT Department of Art & Art History, Ricardo Hernandez, Executive Director of the Texas Commission on the Arts and Jack White, Renowned and influential Abstract impressionist painter of African American paintings.