Figures of Speech delivery

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This week I packed and delivered 25 of my artworks to the Caplan Art Designs Gallery for my upcoming Figures Of Speech exhibit which opens Oct 5 and will run until November. After my one-person exhibit finishes my art will become part of the ongoing Gallery group exhibits.

Here’s what my studio looked like prior to delivering it all.

Here’s Amy, the gallery owner, and I holding some of my art. Amy holds my framed painting “This Little Piggy” and I’m holding my sculpture “Independent As A Hog On Ice”

Amy has a really good “art easel side” manner and we chatted during delivery about the artwork I’d just brought and more generally about my artistic direction. She’s a very good coach, supportive while also giving gentle guidance that inspires me to make more art! I’m very lucky and I know it!

Here are some videos about the art we’re holding in the photo above…

Over on my email newsletter I shared more about my painting Ducks In A Row. Since I began sharing about it here on my blog last week here’s the rest of the story so to speak.

As a reward for getting this far with my Figures Of Speech exhibit my wife and I went to a local used bookstore…

… where I got some suspense novels! I’m going to take a few days to read and rest then I’ll get back to helping promote my exhibit as well as doing more drawing and painting!

I hope your week is pleasant. See you next Monday.

3 thoughts on “Figures of Speech delivery

  1. Kudos on getting your “Figures of Speech” artwork delivered to the gallery. (I’d never heard of a good “art easel side” before.) I do love the little piggies, although I have to say that I always felt sorry for the poor fella who didn’t get any roast beef. 🙁

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