Face Against the Glass

Arombell 1, 14 x 14″, mixed media on wood panel

I’m heading into the final lap of this preparatory marathon. Postcards for my upcoming show go out this week, so my face is against the glass. (If you would like to be on my mailing list, send me an email with your snail mail address.)

For those of you in the Boston area, here’s the info on the show:

June 26 – July 8

Lyman-Eyer Gallery
432 Commercial Street
Provincetown MA 02657
508 487 3937

Artist Reception: Friday, June 26, 7PM
All are welcome

Also of note: My paintings are featured in the Spring/Summer 2009 issue of Wild Apples, a Journal of Nature, Art and Inquiry. The issue’s theme is SOIL, a worthy topic indeed. My work accompanies the poetry of Laura Rogerson Moore,
“Eat of Every Tree.” The journal is both visually engaging and content rich. For more information, you can visit them here.

Anam Cara Writer’s and Artist’s Retreat maven Sue Booth-Forbes has posted a piece about a public art project I began ten years ago in Ireland. You can read about the National School/Anam Cara partnership here.

2 Comment

  1. Virgin says:

    I love this Arombell. You know that little old literal minded me doesn’t exactly know what to do with it, but I’ve had this post open on my desktop and have just been living with it and enjoying it for the last couple of days.

    Lots of good wishes for your show…

  2. VV, I’m so touched by your words. It’s polar isn’t it, that some of us gravitate to the specific and some to the numinous. I have to turn off certain naturally occurring registers of perception when I look at representational work, so I am deeply respectful of you doing the same. Thanks!

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