ReMax Equity is hosting their 9th annual fundraiser art exhibit. Community Warehouse receives 30% of sales and I managed the miracle of selling 2 original photo transfers at the opening reception! ReMax keeps the buyer's name confidential -- which is utterly magically obnoxious for artists who send thank you notes! But super sleuth LeeAnn talked to enough artists to deduce that musician/photographer Jim Abrahamson's wife bought my Blue Plymouth from Havana!
My favorite Musical Gin went to a mystery buyer's home or mancave.
My Cuban art is available now on the 2nd floor in the center hallway:
Princess Fowl, a mural of a contemporary bird with a splash of zingy blue in Havana
Muses - amazing vintage frame - this is to die for!
Climbing Catacombs is an original photo transfer under encaustic shown here is on an 11"x14" stretched canvas. Our tour of Parisian Catacombs included a 2-mile underground hike. I then composited the skulls onto painter Jeanine's stone garage with grape vines for the oenophiles of Oregon. The grape cluster in the skull's eye is my pièce de résistance! Enjoy!