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Saturday, October 31, 2015

Exhibit at the Clark Center

I've just finished hanging my half of a 2-person show at the Clark Center for the Performing Arts in Arroyo Grande, California.  Last winter, I received an email Request For Proposals from the Clark Center, asking local (San Luis Obispo County) artists to send photos of a body of work for consideration. Every two months, two different artists share the display spaces at the Clark Center, which consist of two long bi-level walls in the front entry and another long hallway leading to the auditorium.

My work was accepted as half the November/December, 2015, time-slot, so yesterday I packed up 23 pieces and after some dithering, came up with the following array. At the time I was there, the other artist had not yet shown up to hang his work, so I can't give you a sneak peek of the other half of the exhibit.

The front entry wall:


And the hallway:

If you should happen to pass through the area, the Clark Center is open from noon to 6 weekdays, so it isn't necessary to attend a performance to see the artwork displays. More info available on the Clark Center website.

5 comments:

Alice said...

It looks like a great show!

MegWeaves said...

So you are home now?? What a lot of work you've managed to weave, too. Super job.

Connie Rose said...

Wow, your work is spectacular. Love seeing all those pieces together. Hope you sell some art!

Sheila O'Hara said...

Dear Sandra,
Congratulations on a wonderful exhibition! It's always nice to see so many excellent pieces all hung together in such a professional way. I hope the show is well received.
Sheila
www.sheilaohara.com

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Wonderful exhibition! I like the way they divided pictures by colors. All colors are really deep and beautiful.