Friday, October 28, 2016

Pop Up Art Show - One Night Only

Glimpse Gallery
A popup art show featuring local artists
October 28th, 2016 6-9pm
613 Loomis Court Longmont 80501
Come and support local artists!
Foggy Morning Light
Suzanne Frazier

Lori Mattina

   Betsy Cole

Here's are photos from the Evening of Art at the Glimpse Gallery

(Left to Right) Lori Mattina, Melinda Driscoll,
Betsy Cole, & Suzanne Frazier

Melinda Driscoll's Paintings in the foreground and
my work in the background beside the fireplace.

My corner of the pop show.

My paintings looked so good on the fireplace.
(Left to Right)  "Rocky Mountain Canyon Light",
"Rocky Mountain Canyon Sunset",
"Canyon Sunset",
"Foggy Morning Light"
(Above) "Boulder Nocturne" & "Canyon Sunset"

Friday, October 21, 2016

Exhibition at Tortuga's Restaurant in Longmont, CO

Have dinner with my artwork at Tortuga's Restaurant

2018 Coffman Street, Longmont, CO
Reservations:  303-772-6954

Hours:  Tuesday - Saturday      5 pm to 9 pm

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Exhibition of 3 Paintings

Arts Longmont Gallery
356 Main Street, Longmont, CO

Gallery Hours:  Tuesday - Saturday 11 am to 5 pm

Exhibition Dates:  October 7 - December 23

I have three paintings on exhibition at the Art Longmont Gallery, formerly the Muse Gallery, on Main Street in Longmont Colorado.

(Left to Right) "Rocky Mountain Summer Rain Sunset",
"Fall Harvest" & Rocky Mountain Evening Light"
14" x 11" oil paintings

Monday, October 3, 2016

The Denver Hospice - The Mask Project

I was invited by the Denver Hospice to participate in their fundraising efforts
by painting a mask
for their
annual auction.

You can bid online through October 8

This piece has been sold. 

"Majestic Infinity"

“Majestic Infinity” is her personal response to the process of completing our life journey on this planet. According to Suzanne, "our twenty-four hour days are filled with daylight and starlight, light and dark, joy and sorrow; with all our days reflected on our faces. But our eyes; our eyes shine with the light of love and blessings. Infinite blue looks out through our eyes and are expressed with words emerging from our mouths. We are infinite and with our smile we reveal All.

For me the painting process begins with an application of oil paint with a pallet knife to create texture. After the layer of thick paint dries and hardens, I begin the next layer, painting the contemplated image. Color and texture are the predominate features of my work, especially creating unique hues to reveal a particular mood. After applying untold layers of paint to create unique colors, my interpretation of my heart-centered experience arrives on the canvas, a meditative space. I meditate before I begin each painting session to facilitate moving into that part of my brain where creativity abounds. I lose a sense of time when I paint."

I really enjoyed painting this mask and pushing my creativity with another form. And I am delighted to be assisting the Denver Hospice with their compassionate and caring work.