There's so much going on at the gallery that it's hard to keep it all straight. I have new work, upcoming shows, new events, etc. Here are highlights:
Now - September 10 - new work by William McCarthy on one side of the gallery:
On the other side of the gallery, new work from Kim Goldfarb, Randall LaGro, Mitzi Prince, Richard Garriott-Stejskal, Darlene Olivia McElroy, McCreery Jordan and Christina Hall-Strauss. Artists
Also, we have several pieces still on hand from Sare's recent show, including:
On September 13, 2013, we will have an opening presenting new work by Sol Halabi, an artist from Argentina. Unfortunately, Sol will not be in attendance, but sends her best to all her great American collectors! I am anticipating at least six new paintings, if all goes well at customs:
On September 20, a retrospective of Donald Roberts work and an opening honoring his long career in the arts, at the Kennedy Museum in Athens, OH on the OU campus. All three rooms will be dedicated to Donald's work, and will include a piece I own, "Island Sky Garden - Hermes 1997" (which I purchased following the Springfield Museum of Art retrospective of his work. Following his show at the Kennedy Museum (which runs September through January 2014), we will bring the work to Muse Gallery for a show January and February 2014. We may hold this show at a different location, so please refer to the gallery website for updated information.
and then in October, we will have an opening of Mitzi Prince's new work, and she will be in attendance from Houston.
We will also host another "Where Art Lives" party at Kay Cipriano's house, now scheduled for November 1. I will send out invitations soon. RSVP as soon as possible, as attendance will be limited to 50.
We plan to start scheduling our openings at different venues, which will be fun and exciting! And, completely new for Muse Gallery, we will host a guest artist, Todd Sanders, in March of 2014. Todd does great neon art, and will be paired with Chas Ray Krider.
More to follow . . .
Posted on Sat, August 10, 2013
by Caren Petersen