Summers over but, oh what a ride!
As we move from fall to winter I thought I better do a little catch up. I got to have be a cowgirl with a mighty fine pardner, Alea Bone ,who has a mighty fine blog too.We got invited to show art, at the 1st ever "Art Carts" think food cart.With lots of great artists, some amazing bands We borrowed a vintage trailer that Shelly Caldwell painted a huge paint by numbers desert theme on, naturally we dressed to match it, complete with hay bales and such.
. Read about it HERE
Then it was time for Day of the Dead. Always a special show, that I help curate for Guardino Gallery. We round up some amazing artist who do work that speak to the celebration. We opened a month early,so people could enjoy the art in the month leading up to Day of the dead. We had a very lively opening.
|Opening night music|
|The gangs all here|
|The show was beautiful. See you next year|
I carved a "Gunstock Angel" from an old wood stock, and added glass eyes. "Gunstock Angel, has grown so weary. Trying to bring comfort. But bullets have killed too many."
|These guys just got back from L.A.They were in a show @ Cactus Gallery|
|The Golden Light at the last motorcycle rally|
|Quick Weekend in Montana, Go Griz|
A Beautiful Fall has concluded, now on to all the Holiday Shows!