Friday, October 2, 2009

Art Opening Last Night

Last night was the art opening of the "From the Studio Of..." show at the Women's Center here in Jacksonville. It was very exciting to see my art up on the wall along with all the other wonderful art. There were so many different styles from great Jacksonville artists and I feel very privileged to be apart of it. AND...I sold this piece! It's always nice to sell one---even though you feel like you are selling a part of yourself.

Have a wonderful weekend everybody!!!

10 comments:

lori vliegen said...

congratulations sweet martha!! someone has just purchased a beautiful poppy painting to grace their walls!! WOO HOO!! :))

Mary said...

This is a beautiful piece. I am sure it is a thrill to see your art on the wall. How long will the show run?

PaperPumpkin said...

I am so excited and happy for you, Martha! Enjoy yourself this weekend!

Sharon said...

Congratulations brave one. It is a wonderful painting.

Sue K said...

Congrats Martha!! I loved this painting and all of your others too. I think you will do well with the show! And not only what you sell, the exposure has to only be a good thing for you!!
I'm so proud of you!!!!

Tess said...

Congratulations Martha. What a wonderful experience. Love the poopy painting you are showing here.

Libby Fife said...

Congratulations on your sale. That is certainly a beautiful piece. It is always fun to see your artwork displayed somewhere isn't it?

Gina Lee Kim said...

Congrats Martha; it's so validating when someone supports your art! Yet it's always hard to give away one of your babies. But there's such a creative abundance inside you. I believe it.

Jane Farr said...

Congratulations Martha!! (((Hugs))) I hope it's the first of many to sell at this show. :-)

julie king said...

i am sure that you deserved every minute of recognition that you got at the show, martha! and of course this delightful piece sold!! i too feel like i sell a bit of myself off when i sell a piece. i am still so in the beginning stages of becoming an artist and seldom feel like a piece is really good or done or what i envisioned. it's all a gowing process, i know!

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