SOLD "Bay of Fundy", 16 x 20, by Rose Bryant
Posted by Rose at 10:45 AM
Here's a little fun for the foodies. There is a photo of a salt shaker on this site. Find it and drop me an email with its location. All the correct guesses go in the art hat... and from them I will pick a winner for one of these little "hors d'oeuvres". The painting is only 2x2 inches tiny. HINTS: you don't need to go through past posts, but the answer does have something to do with tonight's reception at Blue Moon. All entries need to be in by this Saturday 10 pm. Good luck! Thank you to everyone who stopped in at Cape Elizabeth... and what a special surprise to see friends, Cathy and Guy, and Kathy and Leo, all the way from my town of Exeter. Have a beautiful weekend!
Posted by Rose at 8:17 AM
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Posted by Rose at 7:34 AM
I never run out of images to paint in Exeter. There is so much history here, beautiful old homes, rivers under bridges, a busy little downtown... the problem is deciding which one to commit to without being distracted! This painting is one of my nineteen on exhibit along with Brian Crowley's six photographs, one of which is a very large... a really huge 48x34 inch color print of ... woops, can't tell you 'cause it might spoil the fun if you haven't seen the show yet.
Just know that if you get to Blue Moon on Friday, September 10 (5-7pm) for our reception, you will be kicking off an evening of fun in Exeter that can continue late into the night... Because right after our party, you can hop over to the beautiful old Exeter Town Hall for the "EMERGING ARTISTS: 30 Artists under 30" with LIVE MUSIC by Comma. Young, interesting, perhaps daring-adventurous art of all kinds by young, highly-talented and excited artists. The gig there goes from 7 to 10. My good friend, and studio assistant, Melanie Platt is one of the artists participating in the show.... so I know where I'm heading after Blue Moon shuts down! Hope to see you on the 10th.
Posted by Rose at 10:36 PM