Monday, September 19, 2011

Good News and a Reminder of Shows This Weekend

Good news and a couple of reminders.  First the good news ...  I just got the call that my miniature painting,  From the Highlands took 2nd place and my mixed media miniature drawing,  Through the Portal was awarded an Honorable Mention in the 33rd Annual Arts of the Terrace Art Show in Mountlake Terrace!!  This is so exciting, I'm doing the Happy Dance!!   The show opens this weekend  and I'm looking forward to seeing it.  Hope you can make it too! You can read more about all my work in the Arts of the Terrace show on an earlier blog post here.  There are so many fun things going on with this festival! (read more below)  

From the Highlands  © Barbara A. Freeman   
Acrylic on Illustration Board  2 1/8" x 2 1/8"
Second Place Miniatures

Through the Portal ©Barbara A. Freeman 
Graphite and Mixed Media on Film 2 3/4"x 3 5/8"
Honorable Mention Miniatures

Reminder: 33rd Annual Arts of the Terrace Art Show in Mountlake Terrace.  The show opens to the public, this weekend, September 24th and runs to October 2nd.  The hours are Monday to Thursday, 12 to 8pm, Friday and Saturday from 10 to 5, and Sunday, 11 to 5pm.  To find out more about all the fun things to see and do, visit Arts of the Terrace on  FaceBook.   See you there!

Another Reminder:  The Icon Show at Fraker/Scott Gallery in Pioneer Square, Seattle will have it's Artists Reception this Saturday, September 24 from 5 to 7.  The show will be up until October 1st.  You can read more about that show and my work in it on my previous blog post here.  You can view a slideshow of the artists and their work on opening night Art Walk at this link.  It's a fun show in a great space.  Always fun to go hang out in downtown Seattle and visit all the galleries.  What are you waiting for!  Fraker/Scott Gallery, 121 Prefontaine PL South, in Seattle.


Clovie Boy said...

Wow! Good for you! Love your From the Highlands painting...

AutumnLeaves said...

Congratulations, Barb! I am not at all surprised. Have a great time at the receptions! Wish I could go; if I still lived in WA, I'd be there in a heartbeat!

Barbara A. Freeman said...

Thanks Sue and Sherry. Good to hear from you both.