These last few weeks have been all about the chickens.
Each small work explores larger truths, concerning the ways that we, as people, depend upon one another, to get by --regardless of our age, station, or situation.
I don't know where I would be, if not for all the help and support I've been fortunate enough to receive, over the years; teachers and mentors, colleagues and patrons, family and friends --these fine people make all the difference. And I am so grateful.
My husband makes costume armor out of foam sheets, and the scraps from his work come in handy (or, help me get by! ) when small, delicate pieces like these are ready to ship: Each one will travel securely within it's own custom-built case, inside the box.
Sales had been made, all over the gallery --and with good reason! The work in this exhibit is consistently excellent, year after year. I'm so grateful for the opportunity to be included in an exhibit like this, with so many skilled and talented artists.
Another of my pieces sold, while we were at the exhibit!
Evidence of sales was present all over the gallery, in the form of lovely little red sale stickers, and holes in the neat lines of beautiful artworks, still available for sale.
To see more photos from the exhibit, please visit Bunny Gunner's photo album of this event on facebook.
Portfolio photos of artworks by Todd Powers