Wow, the summer is flying by! Somehow, nearly all of July has passed without me sharing that I’ve got a current art exhibit at Penny Lane Coffeehouse going on. I’ve got some not exhibited before and maybe even never seen before abstracts along with a couple of representational pieces and my graffiti art that I created earlier this year.
I’m really liking the new hanging poster frames that I found. They’re great for paper pieces (shown above). They hang onto the paper with magnets, it’s pretty cool and I like the way they look.
I’m exhibiting at Penny Lane Coffeehouse along with 3 of my artist friends, Sandy Dodd (shown above), Vicki Wilson and Lori Rivera. Lori didn’t have any of her work up yet when I photographed the walls.
Here’s some more of Sandy’s paintings. Last year, that wall was really a bright yellow and the green is much better in my opinion. I consider a lot of greens a neutral, and this makes a nice backdrop for the artwork.
The faux brick though, eh. It leaves a lot to be desired in my opinion. Above, you can see Vicki Wison’s work to the right of mine.
Here’s my paintings I have up. The paintings on the left of the trees are original paintings on paper, too. They’re just in plastic sleeves with white cardboard behind them. I only ordered a few of the poster frames and didn’t have enough for the trees. I am going to order more of those frames soon.
If you’re near Evansville, Indiana make a stop at Penny Lane Coffeehouse and get a sandwich and a coffee or any other refreshing drink they have. Just sit and chill with the casual atmosphere and enjoy the art. It’s a pretty popular neighborhood hangout.
Hours are: Weekdays: 7 am – 6 pm and Weekends: 8 am – 5 pm.
Learn more about me on the ‘About’ page under the additional links menu. I’m an artist – a painter mostly and an avid gardener. I paint a variety of subjects including birds, koi fish, my gardens, ponds and flowers as well as anything having to do with nature especially trees and tropical scenes. I also enjoy painting abstracts and have started created more and more of them. My most favorite thing to try to achieve in my painting is is mystery and telling mystical stories.
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