Old Garage, Monrovia and show
This alleyway in Monrovia I'd been by a few times, but the light was just right this day. The sagging old garage may have been a hay storage mini barn back in the day. Not many of these left around here... The original is 16x24, but this is a crop of the whole, as no matter how hard I tried I couldn't scan these one in two pieces that would match like I usually do. I will have to go to art works and have the whole painting professionally shot, but something new must go up...
I’ll post the whole version soon.
After the show was almost rained out, the skies parted at just in time for the opening. The show went so well last night I never had anytime to take any photos! I was either signing books, schmoozing or bouncing off the walls. I feel bad that I didn't get to spend much time with any one person, but good that it was so busy. Lots of old and new friends showed up, decent sales and as Laura the Gallery owner said: not the same old local gallery crowd, fresh blood. The down notes were a good friend got lost and couldn't find the show and we forget about the Jewish holiday so some friends / collectors couldn't make it. Check you calendar kids when making opening plans!
Check the Segil Fine art link to see an online version of the show.>>>>
Justin’s wife Natalie took the one of me and him Sharon and I took the rest the day after. Painter Buddy Ron Guthrie came thru with some crowd shots!