Whew, what a month. I have my site (sans the Coppermine Gallery pages) back up. My online shop met its demise in the server crash, but is in the process of being created once again by the talented Deborah Jones (thanks again Deborah!).
2008 was a turbulent year but finished on a high note. In November I took a chance and approached Tim Faulkner, owner of the Tim Faulkner Gallery (TimFaulknerGallery.com) with a portfolio of my recent work. He liked what he saw and is now featuring my paintings among the works of other Louisville talents such as Terry Tapp, Jen Goodell and Joshua Vance.
Tim was kind of enough to write up a piece about me on his blog at Louisville Mojo. You can read it here.
During the month of March he will be hosting a show of my work and Joshua's. The show will open on March 6th. Please drop in and have a look.
In other news of the New Year, Alan M. Clark has devised an online project which I will be a part of.
The goal of the project is to bring the viewer into the creative process by encouraging him or her to devise captions and dialogue for a featured piece of work. You can read more about it at The Imagination Fully Dilated Blog.
Back to the internet drawing board. I'm going to once again attempt to set up the Coppermine Gallery. Wish me luck.