Sunday, December 4, 2011

A Collaborative Exhibit

This weekend, as our town celebrated its annual Holiday Stroll, our newly formed Artists' Collaborative was given the opportunity to have an exhibit of artwork in an unoccupied store. We set to work on Friday, cleaning and decorating a long untended space. Many hands made light work, and the place was transformed by opening time on Saturday! We named it Gallery 39, inspired by the store's street number.

The exhibit went from 3 to 7 PM. The main streets were closed off, there was music and food to enjoy, a Hat Parade, musical entertainment and all sorts of events in the town.

In our cozy temporary gallery, people gathered, looked at artwork, enjoyed some hot cider and snacks,

listened to seasonal music, and had a lovely time!

I was excited to show some of my work,

and, all in all, it was a memorable evening!

Hope you had a wonderful weekend!


Anonymous said...

Yay!!! Congratulations!!! What a wonderful event and you look great next to your wonderful work :).
Stay inspired!

Libby Fife said...

What a great space and a great idea! Your work looks lovely and how nice to see some of it all in one spot. I hope the evening was a success.

sharon said...

What a delightful enterprise and such fun for the town. Congratulations to all.

Gwen said...

Brilliant idea to share the of love of art in the community. You all seem to be having a good time.
I expect you will do it again next year!

Andrea said...

Great photos & re-cap of the event...thanks Judy!

Simone said...

Such a fitting end to AEDM!!! x

Nedra Weaver said...

Wonderful account of the event Judy. Wish I had attended. It looks like it was a success and a lot of fun. Thanks for sharing.

Judy Hartman said...

It was a lot of fun! Thanks for all the great comments!

tea time and roses said...

Dear Judy what fun and wish I could have joined you! I love all those pretty snow flakes in the window, so pretty.

Continue to enjoy your art. It certainly is amazing. :)


Beverly said...

It looks like so much fun. I wish I could do that with you. Reminds me of my painting class days. We would do something similar every year in an old Mall that we made cozy and inviting. It's the small things that bring so much spirit and warmth to the holidays.


What Remains Now said...

What a great thing! This looks like a lot of fun and good exposure. I hope you got a lot of positive feedback.