Monday, March 10, 2008

One More Time




Ta da!

So, they are all going to have a lovely frame like the one in my previous post. Michael made this beautiful frame for a custom order I had, and it looks so very nice. Thanks Michael. He's awesome.

Some of them are still waiting for a little coat of wax, but for the most part they are done, and i couldn't be happier.

I think they all turned out just lovely. Wow. After typing that sentence I realized how long it has taken me to be able to say that about my work.

Anyway, if anyone would be interested in purchasing one, you will have to do so through the Fresh Pot Gallery. The show opens the first week of April and their information is as follows:

Fresh Pot
4001 N Mississippi Ave
Portland, OR
(503) 284-8928

If you live in the Portland area, be sure to check them out. I think the show goes up April 5th.

Also, I posted 4 new paintings in my Etsy shop today, so be sure to check them out...
I'll be posting one, maybe two, more tomorrow.

Have a great night....

7 comments:

thedarkcottage said...

Your work is amazing....love your paintings....

Art Kitten said...

these are stunning, Michelle

Diana said...

Wow! Those are absolutely incredible. You captured such a mood... definite wistfulness. Love them.

I have the great fortune of being in Portland. I'm going to go check them out in person!!!

Abby Creek Art said...

These are amazing, Michele...I love the raw, bold quality. Absolutely beautiful!

Crafterella said...

These are stunning, I just can't stop looking at them...It's almost like they remind me of something that I can remember, I'm in awe! I wish so badly I was near Portland, good luck with your show.

High Desert Diva said...

These are incredible! I haven't been to Fresh Pot, but Mississippi Ave. itself is full of great shops. A fun day of shopping/browsing can be had there. Next time I'm in Portland, I'll be sure to look it up...hopefully before your work is gone.

Alex. said...

I'm still sitting here reading through your blog. Love these three, and the three from your last post.

I'm somewhat obsessed with paint drips. I'm not sure I've ever seen them work so perfect in a piece (or 6!).

Ok, NOW I will go and get drawing. No more blog-reading until tomorrow ;)