Tuesday, November 25, 2014

From Cowgirl to Dead Girl

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!

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