Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Final Limpid and exhibition


I'm calling this piece done for now.  The foam may get a few more tweaks in days to come, but other than that it will sit and dry and wait to be framed.


A previous painting of a wave, called Landwash, has been accepted into a juried group exhibition at the Newfoundland and Labrador Craft Council.  The exhibition is called Blue and runs from May 7th to June 12th.  The opening is 2 - 4pm on Saturday, May 7th, at the Annex Gallery, Devon House on Duckworth Street.
Calm, sad, delicious and profound – the many unique characteristics of water inspire this group show.
Water sustains life and takes it away. Occupying 73 percent of the Earth, water is still unavailable in a drinkable form to one-fifth of the population. The range of water's colour, its reflective qualities and other characteristics unite and inspire the diverse work in this show. Come and see how craft and art mix with the ecology and politics of water.
  I have another couple of projects on the horizon but am keeping them under my hat for the moment.  More on them after the weekend I hope.  And now onto another painting!

7 comments:

Sue Pownall said...

Congratulations on the acceptance of Landwash. It really is a beautiful painting.

Sheona Hamilton Grant said...

Beautiful!!!

Jennifer Rose said...

wonderful :D
congrats on having that piece accepted into the exhibition!

Jeanette said...

Thanks Sue,Sheona and Jennifer.

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

Fantastic news, I'm really happy for you. Congratulations.

Hedera said...

Congratulations! They are both beautiful - really impressive!!

jane minter said...

i'm late here but just wanted to say congratulations on landwash jeanette ... it's stunning piece