Well, things are heating up nicely now. I've finished some hard graft to make some old expenses, still have more to cover, but its time to begin to think creatively again! I can feel the itch in my hands as I type this!
First of all, the exhibition at MacGregor Fine Art (www.macgregorfineart.co.uk) is going to be at the Glasgow Art Fair, opening the 25th March (Thursday). That means two stands will be showing my work! One Ceilidh!, one landscapes (Duncan Miller Fine Art).
And now, announcing a new exhibition I've been asked to participate in: April 12 - 17, Resipole South will host an exhibition of six artists from Scotland (myself included), at Palace House, Palace Street, Newmarket, CB8 8EP www.resipolesouth.com The opening reception is April 13 from 6 - 9 pm. For more information, please go to the website, and if you're interested in attending the reception, please RSVP!
I'm excited and energized by the forward thinking and enthusiasm of my friends at Resipole South. So much depends on this exhibition for us all, as it always does with artists! Wish us all luck!
I'm also designing a mask of a Mexican Jaguar to be worn in a production of Noah's Fludd (produced by Loch Shiel Festival in Glenfinnan) this May. Artists from all over the world were asked to create a mask to be worn by children of an endangered animal from their neck of the woods. Since I come from the Southwest US, I chose the Mexican Jaguar. This is so much fun!