I think it is a bit uncanny how much these look like our boys at home...how could I resist!
Awards were made from Honorable Mention to Best of Show.
The Best of Show went to Dane Goodman for his triptych of acrylics on cloth handkerchiefs
Dane Goodman info: http://www.sbcc.edu/art/website/index.php?page=faculty&contact=25
It was an interesting piece and although it was placed in the corner of the gallery it did receive a lot of interest and attention.
I was placed a bit low for my taste, as most people had to bend down to see the work*
*(the person bending over is looking at my work)
It was announced that over 250 entries were submitted and 50 pieces were selected...it was a diverse collection of works, painting, assemblage, paintings, printing and drawings.
It felt funny taking pictures of the show, but for those who were not able to attend I wanted you to see the work.
These are a few of my pics for highlights from the show:
Rica Coulter- SB PrintmakerHillary Brace : http://www.hilarybrace.com/
Dug Uyesaka (center top) and Karen L Brown( fellow Inkspot, Right)
I was swimming in the ocean...so I went with my gut.
The theme was interior spaces: physical, biological, spiritual...it was a great chance to show things I had not. Including work from my developing Infertility Series.
I submitted work for not only myself, but two fellow printmakers too. All in, 12 pieces were submitted between the three of us and 4 were accepted!
"It settled in so deeply" was accepted and I am over the moon!
Opening reception is this Thursday night from 4-6pm at the Reynolds Gallery @ Westmont college.