My plan was faulty from the beginning. Coming from a small town, it isn't unusual to combine purposes; drive into The Big City and squeeze everything you can out of the day; pick up some groceries, shop for curtains, try on shoes, stop at the lumber yard, get a hair cut, drop off the computer for a quick check and head for your very own opening reception at the art gallery. It was the quick computer check part that got me. Turns out there's no such thing.
Another glitch in my plan arose at the public library. Turns out I can look at porn right next to the 2nd grader who is playing a shoot'em-up computer game, and I can download just about anything a human being can think up, but I, upstanding citizen and all around delightful person, cannot upload images to my public blog. Harumpf.
So here I am, a little late but still determined to share a really lovely evening at The Burkholder Project .
Without further ado, images from the evening -
A quiet moment before the doors opened for the evening, and then...
The halls of The Burkholder Project filled with friends, family and art lovers.
It was a wonderful evening. I'm honored to share exhibit space with Sharon. She's a pro.
You've got just 10 more days to enjoy our exhibit, as well as the collections of Karen Krull Robart in the Skylight Gallery, Tom Quest and Susan Hart in the Outback Gallery, and dozens of wonderfully talented artists in studios throughout the building.