Extraordinary in the Everyday

Log Cabin Nine

This is a one-night show at the Fremont Abbey, July 12, 7 – 11 p.m. I can’t be there, unfortunately, but my piece Log Cabin Nine will be! This piece will be part of the visual art in the cafe downstairs, while there will be performing artists upstairs.

Log Cabin Nine is a glass-on-glass mosaic, about 17 x 20 inches, designed to hang in the window. Because most people don’t have plentiful windows in which to hang art, I built a lightbox for it, so it can be hung on the wall.

Why do I think this qualifies as Extraordinary in the Everyday? Because 1) who doesn’t love a colorful quilt to cozy up with, and 2) the light streaming into our lives every day never fails to amaze me in its power to illuminate.

For more information about this show, please click below:

http://www.acrosstheriverarts.org/gallery/extraordinary-in-the-everyday-artist-and-performers-preview/

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