On display for all the world to see
But this week I was a little tickled pink when the brand new signs at our local primary school went up displaying the logo I designed for them late last year.
The logo is based on the leaves of a local tree (endemic to the Adelaide area), Eucalyptus microcarpa (Grey Box) which when juvenile has different shaped leaves than the more mature leaves, hence the development stages of the leaf – learning and growing just like the kids.
So yeah, even though I didn’t paint the sign, or even have my signature anywhere, I did design the logo and this is my art on display just as much as any of my paintings. So yeah, just a little quiet excitement at work 😀
As for my fine art and putting it on show…
I have four paintings still in exhibition at the Goolwa Art and Photography Exhibition down south.
And this Sunday sees the launch of the Now! exhibition at Artisan Gallery, 1099 South Road, Melrose Park SA 5039 in which I’m exhibiting Magenta Mist, completed last weekend. Come and join us for the opening, 3 – 5pm at the Gallery. Lots of nice art will be available to see and purchase, and not to mention the gallery owners are just fabulous people to know.
And I have just entered three other paintings into another exhibition and have two more exhibitions lined up in the following two months. My fine art business is getting busy! Yay! And as I mentioned in my last post, it is all about production in this brand new funky studio of mine. Lots of stuff happening!
Now if I can just stop getting sick, and get through the kids birthday party to be held in my studio on Saturday, and wade through all the web maintenance tasks sitting in my task list, I will be able to produce more art 😀
And I’m submitting this to Paint Party Friday as there was paint involved over the weekend and I actually finished the mosaic above, plus started the next one 😀 Don’t forget to drop by and visit all the other great artists on the site.
(I’m off the edge, but I’m learning to fly!)