Is it Mother's Day yet?
It isn't that things haven't been happening in my part of the world. Nothing drastic, just time consuming, and complicated. I will try to get back into the blog business. I have all kinds of tips and ideas to share.
My quote of the day is from M.C. Escher:
"We adore chaos because we love to create order."
I can create chaos. Order is another order...
This spring and summer have been busy with projects. One was to make progress with a deal I have with my son, Kyle Torke, a writer, professor and poet, to illustrate the children's book he wrote. Another was to do all new watercolors for my 2018 calendar. Still not busy enough we did a little traveling. Several of the Eighth Tribe went to Alburquerque for the international Association of Pastel Artists.
The Eighth Tribe are showing their art again:
"Red Boat" by Barbara Allen
The Eighth Tribe, my artist friends and I, are showing at the Gunnison Gallery in Gunnison, Colorado through November. Anne Michel is the owner-artist of the gallery. Her enthusiasm and support are inspiring, and greatly appreciated. The opening is on the First Friday Walk, November 3, 2018, in the afternoon and early evening. I believe 5-8. A section of the tribe will be in attendance. If there is any way you can get there, please do join us. There's music as well. More information at wwwgunnisongallery.net
124 N. Main Street
"Yellow Poppies" Carol Ann Rasmussen
"Snowy Field" Amy Daniels
"Pawnee Buttes" Laurae Fortner Welch
"School's Out" Lindy Palmer
"Thistle" Maryellen Miller
See you there.
Thanks for reading - and looking
Keywords: amy daniels, art, barbara allen, barbara torke, carol ann rasmussen, eighth tribe, gunnison gallery, laurae fortner welch, lindy palmer, maryellen miller, painting, pastel
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