Tuesday, July 30, 2013

A Pop Up Gallery in the Adirondacks

My favorite way to exhibit lately is through "Pop Up" galleries in private homes, offices and various other venues. I was able to stage my most successful exhibit to date in the beautiful Adirondack style home of Marsha and Tom on Lake Saranac. I was fortunate enough to be their guest for a whole glorious week, during which time we created a gallery for viewing my work by placing the paintings throughout their home. The paintings felt entirely at home there and judging by how many were sold over the week-end the community felt the same way. It was almost a sold out show! I am most grateful for having had this wonderful opportunity to exhibit my paintings and meet the community of Saranac Lake.
Flanking the Birch Bark lined front door were my two diptychs from "The Wilderness WIthin" series.

The paintings seemed to have a natural affinity for the Adirondacks.



"Primal Source 2" in the entry hall as you walked in the front door.



A particularly grand location on the great mantle of the main fireplace.

A selection of my books and cards for people to browse.







A small painting done the previous evening as the super moon rose above Lake Saranac.


"Weaving Roots of Time", the signature piece of "The Wilderness Within" series was purchased by Tom and Marsha at the original View show in Old Forge. It was a joy to see it hung in such a prominent place throughout the "Pop Up" Gallery event.

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