Thursday, November 11, 2010

Opening at AyrSpace Christmas Market - Friday, November 12th!!


Friday night is the opening night for the AyrSpace Christmas Market! I will be there and would like to invite anyone who is free to come. I was there earlier this week hanging my work so I got a preview of the show. It's going to be wonderful : ) The gallery is filled with paintings, pottery, glass works, jewellery, sculpture, ornaments...you name it! A great place to shop. Children are welcome so no need to worry about finding a sitter. Above are some of my works after I finished hanging them. I was particularly thrilled to see my triptych "Old Growth Cedar" hanging the way it was meant to hang. It was the first time I'd seen it hung properly due to wall height and it gave me a little chill ; ) Bruce Sherman, another artist blogger you may know has a wall full of his beautiful winter landscapes, and Hank Bos will be there too, as well as many others. If you've never been to Ayr, it's a nice drive. The streets of Paris (that you may drive through en route) are already decorated for the season and look quite picturesque. Hope to see you there!
Opening night: 5-8pm. Show runs till December 24th.

8 comments:

Dawn Sherman said...

Wow! It's wonderful! So nice to see it all together on display. Fantastic! So impressive. I love the whole collection. :)

JeMA said...

Kim, your tree is amazing. It looks so grand on the tall wall!

Nicki said...

If I were closer I would come! The tree looks like it was made to go on that wall. Good luck!

Linda Popple said...

Awesome triptych! I love everything about it. Just beautiful. I wish I could see it in person!

Sandra said...

What an amazing display of your beautiful work. I LOVE the tree! It's fantastic :0)

Elizabeth Seaver said...

Wow! Old Grown Cedar is a fabulous piece, Kim. It's fun to see a larger work that you've done. It is very striking. I'm so glad you've found a good place to show it to advantage!

Starr said...

Have always liked that cedar tree piece... hung that way it looks amazing! Good luck with the show!

Barbara M. said...

Kim your work looks fabulous. Sorry I couldn't be there. I teach until 4, and never get out of the school before five on Friday. Super work. I'm sure it all went amazingly well.

Take care,

Barbara