machine stitching on painted silk and cotton
So, the work came down at Gallery 360 and I picked it up this week. But you can still see a few pieces there.
detail of “tree, house”
Once again, Jeremy predicted which piece would sell (“on the grid”–the powerlines one). At some point I will have to harness his ability to know what folks want to buy!
Next on my to-do list: deciding on a new project.
I’m part of the opening tomorrow night (Saturday) at Gallery 360. Will a lot of people attend? I sure hope so.
I have work in a five foot section in the very front of the gallery, featuring four new stitched images. I’m excited, and nervous, to see what kind of reaction they evoke. It’s quite a different beast to view work through the filter of a screen (like reading this blog) versus seeing the actual work in person, and so far not many people have seen them in person. I feel confident in what I’ve created, but I always want the theoretical viewer to “get” what I’ve done.
Anyway, I am hoping for the best! And by the best, I mean “to sell everything and have it be totally affirmed that I am on the right track.” But I will also be satisfied with a fun and well attended opening. Please come!
8 x 10
machine stitching on cotton and silk.
at the Textile Center Shop in Minneapolis.