The reception for my solo show at Creative Framing & Gallery was Saturday, October 20 from 6 – 9 pm. People came and went almost as if they had a time-stamped ticket which meant that the gallery was never over crowded and I had an opportunity to talk with everyone who came — a real treat.
The back wall here shows Ginkgo Dust Up with 8 journal page quilts.
Nature’s Fractal came home in late September after two years of travel with the SAQA Art Meets Science exhibit — just in time to be included in the show!
The Sunflower Scrap series was a hit.
And there were plenty of questions about how the broken ginkgo series was created.
The blackbirds always create a stir.
Here I am with gallery owner Heather Piazza.
The exhibit is up through October 31. If you stop by, be sure to sign the guest book and let me know what you thought.