It's been a busy year and I haven't found the time to keep up on my blog. With a new business plan in mind,I'm going to try and do a better job. But first I'm going to play catch up and post some of the work I've done in the last year.
After Industrial Strength last year Gallery 96 mounted a show at the Blyth Festival, called "Rural Roots". The feast in the foreground is actually a display of "fake food" by gallery member and props maker Carolyn Horley, it fooled more than one person and was quite the topic of conversation.
We moved the exhibit to my barn in September...after a major clean up. For the price of pizza and beer, my son and his friends gutted the stalls and had a huge bonfire. My ever obliging husband power washed the inside and we had it whitewashed. It made a great venue for art about rural life . The above photo is of the family history on this property.