This past Saturday was the Art+Environment Opening. The work will be showing through the end of the month and you can email me to schedule an appointment to check out the work: email@example.com
As many of you have been able to get a peek of the process I am excited to show you the finished work. I had three weeks to complete this body of work. I created the large 8 foot x 4 foot piece in two weeks working everyday on this new project. This experience at Fine Art Base has been an amazing one. I learned new processes with my encaustic technique as well as continuing to learn the art of balance in my life. Here are some photographs of the last few days and the opening night that was well attended. This opening went very well for studiomargo as I sold some works in the showing. Inquire about any of the works you see the price range is from $100.00 to $2,300.00.
It was fun while it lasted, I packed up my things as the program is only one month, I made the most of it. Now time to 'giddy-up' pack up the studio, back to the homestead.
O the TO-DO list, feels great to cross off all that work!
I couldn't have done this without the help of my friend Stuart!
These above are my seashell series.
This is my map series. The maps are courtesy of the California History Room of the Monterey Public Library. I got that phototransfer method down and lets just say, I love to burnish.
O the candid shots, here are the artists showing that night, from left to right: Margo, Tracy Parker, J.R. Uretsky, Elizabeth, and DLWilkison.
Thank you all for attending. If you are in twon during this month, let me know and we can set a date to check out the work, or come to the opening of new work that is going to be displayed at Rosie's Cracker Barrel in Carmel Valley during the month of April, all things grape related :)