Today I took down "Rejectamenta Rebirth," an exhibit of mine that's been up for the last six weeks at the Ames (Iowa) Unitarian Universalist Gallery in the Round. I'm proud to say that because of the exhibit, the following seven pieces have found new homes.
Thanks to those of you who purchased a piece of my art; I'm humbled and extremely appreciative.
FYI: for those of you living in Ames/Central Iowa, my exhibit (entitled "Rejectamenta Rebirth") is now up at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship's Gallery in the Round. The gallery, free and open to the public, is located at 1015 N. Hyland Avenue, Ames, Iowa. It's open during the Fellowship's regular office hours, which are Monday through Thursday from 1:00-4:00 PM, or by appointment. To make an appointment, call the Fellowship office at 515-292-5960.
The exhibit runs through June 28 and features 23 pieces of my art--mostly assemblage but a few collage pieces as well--from the last three years. If you're in the area, stop in and take a look.
The (sometimes mad) ramblings of a mixed media artist.