Today Jessie, Steph and I hung “Little Windows II” at the Gallery in preparation for tomorrow’s opening. (No reception; we’re still being cautious about the number of visitors inside.) Made up of California landscape paintings, 9″ x 12″ and smaller, it’s a reprise of a show we held last summer, only that version was online only. We’re very grateful and happy to be able to have everyone back in the gallery in person. But you can also view it online—here—if you like. It runs Saturday, July 17 through August 14.
The show includes new and recent work from nearly our entire roster of exceptional artistic talents. The piece we’ve chosen for our poster and p.r. is Kim Lordier’s 8″ x 10″ pastel, “Backlit in Monterey.” Like most of the paintings in the show, it’s in a ready-made frame. This one’s a very simple flat with a narrow parcel-gilt sight edge chamfer. It’s made in quartersawn white oak with Weathered Oak stain.
“Backlit in Monterey,” just sold yesterday, but another beauty from Kim is “Soil Rich, Half Moon Bay,” below. This 9″ x 12″ is also in a ready-made—a No. 1—2″ with dowels pinning the splined joints, made in quartersawn white oak with Medieval Oak stain, with a gilt slip.
We hope you’ll come see the show and consider purchasing one (or more!) of the nearly 60 paintings, and adding a little window to your home—a new and inspirational view onto this beautiful land of ours.
Again, the show opens tomorrow, Saturday, July 17 and runs through August 14, and can also be viewed online here.
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