I am pleased to announce that Highlands Art Gallery in Lambertville, NJ will be hosting my first show with them beginning on 19 October. The show will run through 23 November. The two-person show featuring Elizabeth Robbins and I is the brainchild of gallery owner, Cheryl Macdowall. “He Said, She Said” expresses the unique differences between Elizabeth and I. She’s female, I’m male. She has long hair, mine is receding (to say the least). She is young and cute, I am older, wrinkled, and graying. She primarily paints flowers, I paint landscapes. She paints rapidly with little preliminary drawing, I paint slowly with careful preliminary drawing. She gets right into color, I generally begin carefully with a monochromatic block-in. She uses an extensive palette of colors, I most often use a limited palette of just three primaries. She has her opinions, I have mine. It should make for an interesting show. (Click images to enlarge)
Here are new paintings I’ve done specifically for the show. Other works of mine will also be available. I had to photograph the images, so they’re not quite up to the quality of my usual photographer, who has been ill. But, they’re pretty close to the originals.
The Gallery is offering a SPECIAL PROMOTION for this show: “We are offering the chance to win a 20% discount and 15% discount on any artwork in the gallery’s inventory. The drawing will be on October 19th at 4:00pm. You don’t have to be present to win. Contact us to enter.”
Email: email@example.com or call 908-766-2720.
Please make sure you received an acknowledgement from the gallery.
If you are in the Lambertville area during the show, I hope you’ll stop in and meet Cheryl Macdowall, and enjoy some great art. Elizabeth and I will be in the gallery demonstrating our differences on the 19th and 20th. Please stop by to see us. We’d love to meet you. See a painting of mine you like? Please contact the gallery.
To visit the gallery website, click HERE
For an extensive interview I had with Elizabeth Robbins, click HERE
Next blog post, 27 October: “Collecting art and other stuff”
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