Art Exhibit

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The Opening of “de colores” exhibit happened

on October 18th at Gratz College.


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Heidi Schifferli, Lonnie Beer, Dottie Leonard, Julie Hastie and me

The exhibit did very well!  Five of my paintings found
new homes.


I had a
good turnout in spite of being a wet rainy Sunday afternoon.

My
awesome son
Jonathan set up the whole exhibit for me.

He has such a good
eye, I guess you need one to be a photographer….

He made everything look good
even on top of the dark brick walls in the gallery.

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Dodi klimoff, Lonnie Beer, Dottie Leonard, and me

Some
really wonderful things happened as well because of the exhibit.

The day after
my paintings went up I got a call from the director of the Olitsky Art Gallery
located in
Congregation Beth Or, Maple Glenn, PA. She expressed how
much she liked my paintings and asked me if I would like to exhibit in their
gallery.

I accepted and will be showing my work there in January.

The Opening
will be
on January 8th and the exhibit will be up

until February 4th. More info to follow!

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Ann Alberts, Gretchyn Hansen, and me

Another very cool thing that
happened at this exhibit was that a friend
from high school (we graduated 1969)
who I reconnected with through
facebook
came to the e
xhibit with her husband and
became one of my collectors. We hadn’t seen each other prob
ably since the early
1970’s since I went back to Art school in Argentina and we
lost touch.


My work is now up at Culture Hair
Studio

in Mount Airy.
It will be there until the end of the year

First Friday and Mount Airy focus on local art
coming up tomorrow:


You can get all the information at Mount Airy First Friday

and Mount Airy focus on
local art.

Here is a list of participating
artists
.

Following are photos of the paintings that went to new homes
in this exhibit.


Colorful Night

“Colorful Night”

La Boca

“La Boca”

Little Poppies copy

“Little Poppies”

Long Poppies newblog
“Long Poppies”

One Reply to “Art Exhibit”

  1. Dora: Great photos! The show looks great and it’s wonderful to hear the good things that came about as a result of the exhibit. Keep up the good work on the blog!

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