Friday, February 08, 2008

Pastel Landscape: At Rest - 9"x12", Pastel on Sanded Paper




This pastel landscape will be one of my paintings exhibited at the de la Ferriere Gallery in Waterford Michigan, at the end of February. There are eleven Michigan artists featured in the show, with a great variety of art work which proves to be an exciting and fun show. Come see the work and meet the artists at the Opening Reception: Friday, February 29- from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.
I hope to see you there!

Here's the press release with more information:





EXHIBITION: Quiet Moments: A Group Exhibition

DATES OF EXHIBITION: Friday, February 29 through Thursday, April 3, 2008

OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, February 29 from 6:30 pm – 8:30 p

GALLERY: Waterford Cultural Council’s de la Ferriere Gallery, 2303 Crescent Lake Road, Waterford, MI

Artists Capture Quiet Moments in Paintings

The Waterford Cultural Council’s de la Ferriere Gallery will host “Quiet Moments”, a group exhibition by eleven Oakland County artists, from Friday, February 29 through Thursday, April 3, 2008 with an opening reception on Friday, February 29 from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm. This exhibition showcases approximately 30 paintings of various subject matter, styles, and mediums to explore the theme of quiet moments in everyday life -- of reflection and contemplation, of a place, and of nature. Landscapes, portraits, still lifes, figuratives, and florals -- realism, impressionistic realism, expressionism, and abstract expressionism -- oil, watercolor, mixed water media, pastel, and acrylic are all represented.



Come and enjoy the variety of works by these very creative artists: Beverly Booth of Troy, Geri Boyle of Addison Township, Carter Coss, Clay Dodson, Frank Dulin, and Patrice Erickson of Rochester Hills; Janet Almstadt-Davison and Saundra DeCourcy of Oakland, Kim McKerracher of Goodrich, Lois Primeau of Huntington Woods, and Nicki Thompson of Waterford.


2303 Crescent Lake Road, Waterford, Michigan, off of M-59 approximately one mile east of Oakland County International Airport.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

That pastel piece really looks great. Has a nice warm feeling to it and makes you wonder "Who lives over the rise or up the hill. Well done.

Betty Hitlan said...

Hit the wrong button on the first comment. Betty

Ryan said...

Wow It looks awesome. I love art very much. Especially the pastel art. I recently found a Brent Bailer Gallery with many colorful designs.