This past Sunday, the Deep Spaces exhibit had it’s initial showing, with a nice reception (red velvet cake – YUMM!), and a good turnout. Several of the artists represented in the exhibit traveled to Tillamook, Oregon for the event, and it was wonderful to be able to spend some time with them, while we all viewed the artworks.
For the first part of this exhibit, we had to split everything up for two different venues. At the Latimer, we hung 28 of the wall pieces, and the other 22 will hang in Edmonds, Washington starting in mid-October. (See the August 25th blog post for dates and venues.) There is also a display case at this venue, which we will not have at any of the others, so I badgered my friends to make or loan pieces to me that went with the theme. I was delighted with the results!
Below you will find some pictures from the show. We have produced a catalog, if you’d like to see all the artwork. You’ll be able to order the catalog by the weekend by visiting http://www.deep-spaces.com. (We are anxiously awaiting the FedEx truck with the boxes of disks.) All proceeds from the sale of the catalog will be donated to Doctors Without Borders.