Sunday, December 20, 2009

Happy Holidays To All My Blogging Friends and Good News from Kaewyn Gallery!


I received a happy email from Lynn at Kaewyn Gallery in Bothell saying I sold two of my miniature art works!! Yay! I went over yesterday and picked up my check and saw the show. Lynn's year end, Miniature Masterpieces and More - Holiday Exhibit is by invitation only, so I'm always happy to be included. The show is hung very professionally, a great well lighted space, with many different styles from local northwest artists. This year I was able to send some new pieces, and the one I blogged about here as a work in progress (WIP), Time is a Patient Sculptor, is gone already! That was a fun one to do and turned out so well! I am pleased that someone else thought so, enough to want to add it to their collection! The other one that sold was, All Washed Up. That was also a fun one to do, another northwest scene that I hope will be a happy addition to someone's collection!

I still have four works remaining in the show which will continue through January 9th. There are three miniatures, "Rhodie" With Bee, Innocence, The Sentinel, (see above photo) as well as the small work, A Meditation on the Pacific Northwest. That small painting is up near the front of the gallery by the window. If you go, don't miss it as it is difficult to see all the fine detail and shimmering iridescent colors here on screen. Seeing it in person is much better!

A Meditation on the Pacific Northwest, can be used as an altar piece and does well leaning back on a shelf leaving room for candles or an offering. It would also work well hung in a meditation or yoga space. It would make a great gift ... even to yourself! Namaste.

Miniature Masterpices and More Exhibit at Kaewyn Gallery, located at 10101 Main Street in downtown Bothell, WA. The Exhibit runs from December 4th through January 9th, 2010. Original art is a lasting treasure and makes the perfect gift! Support your local artist!

11 comments:

Gail Hayton said...

Barbara,
Congrats on your sales. It is always nice to pick up a check this time of year. Have a wonderful Christmas.
Gail Hayton

Tatiana Myers said...

I'm not surprised those two are sold. Wonderful work, first one is my very favorite... and I like how you did your WIP on it too, Very informative.
Merry X-mas for you! With you all the best in new coming year!

storybookstudio said...

Hi Barbara---Good for you! I am planning to go see the show the week after Christmas when I have some time off-Looking forward to it! In the meantime as you say Happy Painting :)
Hope to see you soon

Barbara A. Freeman said...

Thanks Gail, Tatiana and Janie. Yes, a check is always nice anytime of the year! Janie, the ones that sold are no longer there and they are closed Sunday and Monday. I do hope to get to see the show though. Happy Painting to you all too!

Mona said...

Barbara, congrats on your sales, and on all the beautiful work you have on sale! Happy holidays!!

Tracy Hall said...

Great news on the sales Barbara! Hope you have a lovely Christmas and looking forward to seeing all your new work in 2010!

Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

Congratulations Barbara - the lucky recipients will be so happy with their investment. It isn't easy selling miniature art, and you so deserve your success. Hope your Christmas is a peaceful one full of magic and that 2010 is a fabulous year for you and your family!!!

AutumnLeaves said...

Congratulations on the sales, Barb! I must say that it looks pretty cool seeing so many different styles from you in one spot. What a talent you are! I hope you and your family at BFree Studios have an awesome Christmas!!

Barbara A. Freeman said...

Thanks, Mona, Tracy, Karen and Autumn! Happy Holidays to you all too! Wow, 2009 has really flown by!

Dors said...

Congratulations Barbara.

My Best Wishes to you for 2010. May you have many more sales.

Hugs
Dors.

Barbara A. Freeman said...

Thanks Dors, My Best Wishes to you in 2010 too!