I ran into Lee Cheever of Five Rivers Arts Alliance at the grocery store today and we got to talking about the show. I told her I had gotten an email earlier in the day saying the posters were in, but I couldn't find any when I went to pick them up (I'm sure I was looking in the wrong place). She said, "Oh, I have a stack in my car! Would you like some?" Of course, I said yes, and we agreed to meet by the entrance when we were both finished with our shopping. We checked out at the same time and walked over to her car...and lo and behold, one of the seven images used on the poster was my painting, "That Heavenly Coffee"! I was so excited to see that one of my pieces had been chosen, and I was very happy about how great the poster looked. Whoever designed it did an excellent job: the fonts look good, it's well-composed, and it's very eye-catching. I set aside a big one for myself and two small cards (one for my mom, one for my dear friend Julia), and then proceeded to bring the rest to various shops and businesses in town. I will need to pick up more at some point because I managed to get rid of them all in a pretty short amount of time!
Friday, November 18, 2011
movin' on up
I was disappointed to find out a few weeks ago that the Arts Downtown and All Around event would not be happening this year; however, I was very pleased when I found out shortly afterwards that a group of artists were getting together to organize an alternative group show for the same weekend ADAA would normally take place (which is the first weekend in December). This new show is called Downtown Moves Up, and it will be right smack in the middle of Maine Street in Brunswick (#98 Maine Street, right between Nest and The UPS Store, to be specific). There will be at least twenty different artists participating, and it looks like it will be a fun, diverse group.