The nights are now getting cool enough that I see frost on the lawn occasionally in the mornings now. This means it is coming time for the annual Headwaters Arts Festival and their grand Show and Sale (Sept 20 -29) . The show Jurors selected some of my new work to be in this year’s show. This new work is a mash-up of acrylic paint, photography and gel transfer on rough aluminum sheet. As always, most of the subject matter is about man-made objects in advanced stages of decay. All get a chance to tell their stories in my images.
More from my recent trip to the west, these are reflections of the scenery around Canmore, Alberta as seen reflected in a pond.
Time to ‘fess up – I have been keeping a low profile these past few months because I am preparing to open my own gallery. The Crimson Feather Gallery will be in the Alton Mill, just inside the main doors and across from the Shaw’s Creek Cafe.
I plan to have a new show each month, with new guest artists so that there will always be something new to check out when you visit. The opening show will run from Saturday July 16 to Sunday August 14. Besides showing my own work, I will have paintings by Elaine Heath, city-scapes by Carmela Casuccio and blown glass by David Thai.