Sunday, July 12, 2009

"Drinking Pals" - SOLD

Reception night for a solo show is like being queen for the night! Thank you to all of you who made it - it was wonderful seeing my good friends, and meeting new ones! For those of you who couldn't attend, please enjoy these photos my husband took, including one showing a close-up of a floating frame.

19 comments:

Hill Country House Girl said...

Carole, It looks like it was a lovely show! I so wanted to come. Still following and loving your work!! Ann

Bobbi Heath said...

Carol, thank your husband for all of us, for the wonderful pictures of the opening. The paintings look fabulous hanging all together and the floater frame really works. I so wish I could have been there.

Laurel Daniel said...

And oh, what a wonderful queen you are!!! Your show is magnificent - a truly beautiful body of work - and you should be so proud!!!!!

Mark Bridges said...

Looks like it was a fun time. Is that Susan Carlin you're talking to in that last photo?

L.Holm said...

Congratulations! Your show looks fantastic!

Linny D. Vine said...

Hi Carole,

It looks as though it truly was a royal opening! I'm enjoying the intensity of the reds in all of your latest work and sending you wishes for the red theme to continue - in the shape of dots all through your show!

Cindy Swindell said...

Your show looks lovely!! I wish I could have been there to see it in person. Congratulations on your success. Cheers! :-)

rahina qh said...

Hi Carol, congratulations on the show, looks suberb. what did you use for the frames? they look impressive around your paintings. r.

Shirley Peters said...

Congratulations! How exciting. Looks like a good crowd.

eLIZabeth Floyd said...

Congratulations on your opening! It looked like a lot of fun. I really like how your artwork was displayed.

Tammy Hext said...

Wow, Carol - you are amazing.
Thank you for posting these, very inspiring. I love the photo of the nine paintings all hung together.

Pam Holnback said...

The show looks gret! Congratulations. You deserve to be queen for the day!

LSaeta said...

Oh my gosh, congrats! Your show looks fantastic! How many paintings are in the show? Way to go!

Belinda Del Pesco said...

Hearty congratulations to you and your family for pulling this off amidst all the changes in your lives these past months. Your show is illustrated determination, stick-to-it-ness and Bravo-confetti in the form of a good turn out and an awesome grouping of paintings. They look so good in such a clean space, and in scale. I hope you get to take a mini break now before the next hurdles. Congrats again.

DSM said...

Great to see your work and you! I went on to Wally Workman's site to get a better look; yeah, great reds and got my stripe fix, too! 'HOW DO WE GET IN?' is a tour d'force!

When I finally get to your workshop in J'ville, I want to know about finding the 'glow' that determines the under-painting's hue.

Anywho, brava to such an observant, logical artist.

David M.

JacMac said...

I seldom get the time to comment, but I check your blog often and thought I will take the time today and wish you great success in your show. The show looks amazing and your body of work is so outstanding! Congratulations!

Carolina said...

Hey Carol, congratulations! Your paintings look great, I love to see them hanging on the walls, that's a different look from what we're used to see on the blog. Hope you sell them all!
Best regards,
Carolina

Mónica said...

Congratulations! Your show looks amazing! I love your paintings. I wish I could buy them all ;).
Mónica

Jennifer Bellinger said...

Hi Carol, Congrats on a fabulous looking show. I see many I would love to own! I love how the paintings were displayed..it gives the viewer a new idea on how to hang (and hopefully collect) your work. One of the most frequent comments I hear is "My walls are full"..well, time to rethink how you hang!