I've been home for a week. The residency offered me the time to slow down and reflect on the work have I created in the past and my new work for the future. Thinking about my new goals, staying focused and being selective as to where I want to sell and show my artwork. So the first day I come home I see that one of my pieces was purchased for the permanent collection for Inglewood. Urban Quake will now be residing close to home.
February is turning out to be a very busy month. As president of the SCWCA, we will be hosting the national conference in Los Angeles. Several exhibitions have been scheduled. Jill Moniz juried for our show at Arena One Gallery in Santa Monica. "Art Speaks! Lend Us Your Voice", is the theme. My altered art piece, Urban Decay was selected for this show. This piece has been a favorite of many people and surprised it hasn't found a home yet.
Christine Rasmussen invited me to a group exhibition entitled "Memories on Location", at the Keystone Galleries in Downtown, LA. And finally, received a notice today January 24th that my work, "Hurricane" was selected for the Group Show Trappings, at Gallery 825.
Can this year get any better!