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This month's exhibit at the SF Women Artists Gallery is themed 'Temptations'. I perused my photographs and submitted three that I thought sort of fit the theme. Happily, all were juried into the show. Above is The Reading - taken last summer when a friend was tempted to peek into her future. It's in a flat white wooden frame, 19 x 23". The picture at left, while not in my current style, has been waiting for an airing. Lunch! has been with me a very long time. I was sitting in a café in Tavira, Portugal and the folks at the next table left, with a bit of a sandwich still uneaten. The temptation to gobble up the remainders was too much for the canine, and the temptation to catch him in the act was too much for me.
It's in a sleek black frame,17 x 21".
My small show entry is called Tips. It's framed in a rich brown wood, 10 x 12", with a double mat.
The Opening Reception is Thursday, February 9 from 5:30 - 7pm at 3489 Sacramento Street, San Francisco. Over 60 pieces of new art - do come have a look!
Here are two you haven't seen, the first, Windows with Pigeons, taken on Newcomb Street in San Francisco and the second, simply called Brollies was my view of the ceiling where I ate lunch today.
On the Peninsula
I have two pieces at the Twin PInes Arts Center, 10 Twin Pines Lane, Belmont, CA for the month of February, Love Notes and The Singer.
Thanks to the responses from last month's newsletter question, I have renamed the picture on the right to Mystique and produced a version in gold tones rather than full color or black and white. Hope you like the new version.
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