Sunday, September 28, 2008

Southern Light- Show at Michael's Fine Arts & Framing, Dalton, GA

Sandra Babb ( and I will be showing at Michael's Fine Arts and Framing in Dalton, Georgia for the month of October. The show is called "Southern Light" and features Sandra's landscapes in oil and my architectural watercolors. Sandra and I paint together frequently and it seems that we both favor scenes with lights, shadows, and color.
Here Michael and I are choosing framing for a new watercolor (that I posted earlier). Center: Savannah Stairs, watercolor, 22 x 15
Right: Sandra and I are posing in front of a painting in the gallery from the September show. Wasn't it funny that we both wore the same shade of green that day?
The opening reception will be Friday, October 3, 6:00 - 8:00 pm. That night is also the opening for the Creative Arts Guild show in Dalton so we are hoping that it will be a night of culture in Dalton, carpet capitol of the world! Michael has a fun night planned with catering by a popular Italian restaurant and light jazz.
Michael and I went to high school together. He was also very good in art. I think he said that he has owned his gallery twenty years this fall. (maybe 25?) Anyway, he has an anniversary coming up this month for the gallery.
While I will be partying in Dalton, Ga, Sandra Baker-Hinton will be having the opening at her Amelia SanJon Gallery in Fernandina Beach on Friday night. My paintings have been mailed, let's hope they make it OK and that someone will want a painting that night too!
Celebrate Fall!


vickiandrandyrossart said...

love the stairway! I need to get back to watercolor this week, since the Charles Reid workshop that Randy and I are sponsoring is NEXT WEEK!


Durinda Cheek said...

Thanks, Vicki! The old houses and buildings in the coastal cities are some of my favorite subjects to paint.
Yes! I agree, you better get out your watercolors for his workshop! I know you will have a great time.