Gallery news!

I just returned home from hanging some of my art in Carmel, Indiana at ArtSplash Gallery! I’m excited to be joining the gallery and hope everyone will attend the Second Saturday Gallery Walk from 5 to 10 on May 14th, or visit the gallery during open hours.  Many of the new art pieces that I am currently featuring on the blog will be available there! ArtSplash is located right in the heart of the Arts & Design District of Carmel, for more details about the gallery click HERE.

In case you missed the news earlier this month I also have joined the Cherry Bird Art Gallery in Scottsburg, Indiana, which just opened this month! A wonderful space right on the town square, full of art and possibilities! More info about Cherry Bird can be found on their Facebook Page.  I’m excited to have my artwork in southern Indiana, be sure to visit the gallery if you are in the area!

Have a great Monday, I’ll be back tomorrow with a new post showing more new work!

Lynne

“Mini” art

As I am in the midst of holiday art season I decided to do smaller, portable, more affordable pieces of artwork to take to galleries & shows.  I have about 15 in various stages of progress, with eight that are complete. 

 

These are small (5×7 inch) versions of the larger mixed media pieces I have been making this year.  Each piece is framed in a black shadow box. When I first started working in mixed media everything I made was small so it’s kind of fun to return to the smaller format for a while.  They will be available at the Winter Market show at the Eiteljorg Museum on Saturday, December 6th (see my website for more details) and also at the Ho Ho Holiday Gallery on the square in Danville through December 20th (location & hours are listed on my site as well).  In addition to the mixed media pieces I have been creating tree ornaments using the embossed metal, wire & beads. 

The first batch is hanging at the gallery in Danville and I plan to have a selection of them ready for the Winter Market show too.  I even bought a little “Charlie Brown” tree to sit on the table at the show and hang them on! 

If I don’t get a chance to blog again before Thursday I would like to wish each of you a happy Thanksgiving.  We all have so much to be thankful for, no matter what our circumstances!

Blessings,

Lynne