Sunday, August 2, 2009

Artist's Reception for CPSA 17th Annual Intl Exhibit

Wow! What a week. I left the hotel at 4:30am this morning, flight left at 6:30 and arrived at my house at 9:30am. So glad to be home, to be able to decompress and spend some time with my hubby. He was such a sport to hold down the house while I was gone.

Thought I would share some pictures from the artist's reception yesterday afternoon.

Entrance to Jacqueline C. Hudgens Center for the Arts, Duluth, Georgia

Going into the main gallery

Artwork in the main gallery

It was a beautiful venue, and the Gallery Manager said it was the best show they have hosted at the gallery.

The Artist's Reception yesterday from 3pm-5pm

Across the street driveway from the gallery

This particular shot is our Ways and Means Director, Melissa Miller Nece, and our Corporate Image Director, Barbara Gleason, at our private showing on Tuesday night before the Board and District Chapter Forum dinner.

Now that I am home I need to start on my colored pencil/mixed media piece for the ET!6 Exhibit. Propectus should be available at the CPSA website on September 1. I also need to start on my 100% colored pencil piece for the Mar 31, 2010 deadline for the 18th Annual International Exhibit in Silicon Valley next summer.


Lynda Schumacher said...

Such a great time Cindy and so good to see you. Glad you made it home safe and sound; get some rest!

Jennifer Rose said...

you would not get away with having a giant robot on a building here lol

Jennifer Rose said...

oops hit enter before I was finished, sorry :)

everything looks great on the walls. would love to go to a CPSA exhibit one year, would be great to see the work in person.

Teresa Mallen said...

Hi Cindy! I so enjoyed meeting you in person. Thanks again for the Twitter tutorial! :-) Goodness, already thinking of the Explore This show and your 2010 entry!?! Meanwhile, I am trying to cope with the laundry that has piled up and I hope to restock the kitchen cupboards!! You go girl!!!!

Gary Keimig said...

Very nice work. Great blog. Will be back to check on things in Littleton when I get a little more time. Looks though like you had a great time at CPSA