Sunday, October 17, 2010

All Critters - Great and Small

My fellow artist and good friend Kathy Friedline and I are currently showing our artwork at the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer Artists' Place, located at the corner of Hitt and Cody Roads. We will show there for the month of October. The theme of our show is "All Critters - Great and Small". The opening reception was last Sunday afternoon, during which we enjoyed sharing our artwork with friends and family - thanks for all who were able to attend and help us celebrate our artwork with the "critter" theme. This morning there was a pleasant surprise - we had shared information about the show with the local arts editor and there was a very nice article on the front page of the arts section. Here is the link to the article.

Also, here are a couple of photos taken by Kathy at the reception, and some of the artwork from the show. (I may post some more photos of the reception once I am able to download them from my camera.)
A special thanks to the folks at the Redeemer for providing an opportunity for us to show our work as part of their art mission; and for putting together such a nice reception.

Me with my recently completed menagerie.
Gail Bramer, Kathy and me at the reception.
This is the wall plaque with a wonderful summary of the Church of the Redeemer's Art Mission Statement.


Cathy Hegman said...

Joanne! I love your work for this show! Very Impressive! I enjoy reading your blog as well. Keep up the good work! I am a huge animal lover too!

Joanne Brandt said...

Thanks, Cathy! That means alot coming from you. I knew you were an animal lover - especially with the dogs and horses and birds I've observed in your artwork. We loved your equine piece at the Brad Robertson Gallery this month!