Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Home Again

Back from a whirlwind trip to Boston and Woodstock, Vermont. Boston was fun to explore, though a bit rainy!



Woodstock is such a beautiful town and Wojtek, Studio 47 owner, is the loveliest host. The show was beautifully hung and the choice of artists meshed well. I met Maryanne Montone Tursi who paints beautiful landscapes and Gillian Tyler who creates a variety of impressionist scenes.



The opening went really well. The gallery is in an old mill, which was used at one time to grind linseed oil for paints! Its a gorgeous space right next to the stream and on the main street of Woodstock.



My wall o'art. Really cool to see it all hung together. A lot of hard work and thought went into it and I was really proud of the results.



Sunday we explored Quechee Village, the Simon Pearce glass studio, Quechee Gorge, some backroads, and downtown Woodstock before heading back to Boston and a way-too early
flight Monday morning.


4 comments:

Carol Blackburn said...

Wonderful post, Robin. Love the photos, commentary and yes, your paintings look awesome in the gallery. Glas everything went well and you are home safe.

Marian Fortunati said...

Beautiful photos... so glad it's going well!
Love the rainy day photo!

Gina Brown said...

I love this post, Robin... and especially the picture of your wall o'art. Beautiful presentation. I hope you have huge success.

Gexton said...

awesome! It's true haven't seen you put much painting up here in a while, but really

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