We just got back from a camping road trip through Northern Utah, Yellowstone, the Grand Tetons and the Sierras. I have a lot of new paintings to share in future posts along with this one of the Nez Perce Creek in Yellowstone I made after jumping off some rocks and floating with the current through a narrow s-shaped canyon upstream.
I have exciting news. I have much gratitude to Andy McTavish and the Santa Barbara Art Foundry and Gallery at 120 Santa Barbara Street in the lively funk zone for providing a space for me to hang my paintings. The gallery is awesome… it is a beautiful, fun, colorful space focussing on bronze sculpture. There is a working foundry and live glass blowing going on much of the time. If you haven’t headed downtown and explored this newly revitalized part of town some evening, I highly recommend it… the creativity, music, art and energy is incredible.
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Congratulations, Kevin! Can’t wait to check it out:)
Congrats on the showing at the Foundry Kevin! It is a super cool spot. Govi just had his wedding reception there on the 19th, which went really well. Wish your art had been up on the walls then!
Wow, this painting is great! Congrats on hanging at the new business. Looks very busy with a lot of people traffic. This will really expose your work. I am very happy for you.