Art Opening of Netroots Nation/Texas Kaos After Party & Art Exhibit

Netroots Nation/Texas Kaos After Party & Art Exhibit

What a great show!  My large piece “What Have We Become?” was prominently featured on the main wall and was big hit with the Netroots Nation folks.  One guy even gave me a huge hug when he found I was the artist of that piece.

I had my 5 paintings of nuclear bombs in this show, along with the piece mentioned above and a image transfer/encaustic piece of “Chernobyl.”

There were 6 other artists in this show with great and varied work.   I thought I took more pictures than I actually did (that usually seems to be be the case!).  As it turned out, we were enjoying the opening so much, the party lasted well past closing time.

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For one thing, I want gesture-any kind of gesture, all kinds of gesture–gentle or brutal, joyous or tragic; the gesture of space soaring, sinking, streaming, whirling; the gestures of light flowing or spurting through color. I see everything as possessing or possessed by gesture. I’ve often thought of my paintings as having an axis around which everything revolves.

— Elaine de Kooning
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