Upcoming exhibit

 |  January 2, 2007

Cabin, mixed media on wood panel,11x 10 1/4 inches

The Kenneth J. Minneart Center for the Arts in Olympia, WA is holding their Second Annual Regional Juried Art Exhibit this month and my piece above will be included in the exhibit. The opening reception will be held on Friday, January 5, 2007, 7-9 p.m. Unfortunately I won’t be there, but I am hoping that I will be able to make it during the month that it is up.

I really like how I framed this piece too. I created it on a wood panel, so I wanted it to float in the frame. The framing turned out fantastic. The framer that helps me is really great. As a former framer, I really do feel that framing can be the last step to completing a piece of artwork. So I was pleased when I picked it up from the frame shop.

I should have taken a picture of it in its frame. Ah well, next time!


  1. by Into the Blystic on January 4, 2007  12:36 am Reply

    Beautiful piece! makes me wish I could touch it! Looking forward to seeing more of your work! Best of luck with your new years goals! namaste Elis.

  2. by Erika Tysse on January 4, 2007  4:35 pm Reply

    Good luck! Your piece is fantastic!

  3. by Pam on January 4, 2007  7:15 pm Reply

    congratulations! It looks like a great piece - yes, I want to touch it too! Will you get it back so we can see the frame or might it sell?

  4. by Lisa on January 5, 2007  12:34 pm Reply

    Beautiful rich piece - I love it.

  5. by cootiegarage on January 15, 2007  1:10 am Reply

    This is so great! Right up my alley. Perfect!!

  6. by Sheri Burhoe on January 15, 2007  8:46 am Reply

    I always love the feel within your work !

  7. by Anonymous on March 23, 2007  10:24 pm Reply

    I love this piece as well as the piece on "New Year." Do you have an email address? Do you show in Seattle?

  8. by Karin on March 23, 2007  10:26 pm Reply

    I did not mean to leave a comment as annonymous, but I am interested in your art. You can email me at marypearl@mac.com.

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