Monday, January 18, 2010

Carnegie Show



Sunday was the opening for the Carnegie Center for the Arts annual juried show. There was a large and enthusiastic audience in all of the galleries. Perhaps the flowing chocolate helped!
Two photos beside the chocolate are (top) the director, Donna Grubbs, with Jim Thompson, whose piece was selected by the jurors as best in show. Below, behind the chocolate, the previous director, Helen McCauslin, chats with one of my favorite watercolorists, Don Marek. Helen now hangs out in Fabulous Fabius.

8 comments:

Louis la Vache said...

«Louis» said "Let me at that chocolate fountain!"

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magiceye said...

must have been a yumm show!

VP said...

That chocolate fountain is all the art I need!

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

Anything with a chocolate fountain has to be good!

Lois said...

Who doesn't like a chocolate fountain!

Jacob said...

That looks like a lot of fun...and it's always nice when the creators are there to talk about their creations!

It would appear quite a bit of the chocolate has disappeared...did you do that?

Stine in Ontario said...

The show has a very good turn out!

Julie said...

That chocolate fountain has been decimated!!