|Posted by lindasummersposey on August 25, 2010 at 1:59 AM|
Despite my summer cold, the art shows must go on. I'm thrilled to announce two new exhibits featuring small but talented groups of Artists Alive & Well members.
Red Hot Art – Sculptures by Design Presents Artists Alive & Well
Houston's hottest emerging artists heat up City Centre with their colorful art.
Opening: Thursday, September 9, 2010, 6:00-9:30PM
Exhibit runs through September.
Location: Sculptures by Design, 12848 Queensbury Lane, Suite 204, Houston, TX 77024. Located at I-10 and Beltway 8 (Sam Houston Tollway) in City Centre, just north of Town & Country Village, upstairs above Eddie V's and across the street from McCormick & Schmick's. On-street parking available; garage parking in the building at Queensbury and the Beltway.
Artists: James Adams, Linda Askin, Daniel Brents, Suzanne Buckland, Sandi Gardner, Margo I. Green, Valerie Gudell, Marilyn Balke-Lowry, Melinda Patrick, Linda Summers Posey and Sally Stubbs.
Blue on Blue – Cool Art from Artists Alive & Well
Artists Alive & Well presents the cool blue moods of today's hottest emerging artists.
Opening: Monday, October 4, 2010, 7-10PM. Happy hour prices all evening.
Running throughout the month of October.
Location: Max's Wine Dive, 3720 Washington Ave. (at Shepherd), Houston, TX. On-street parking available; small lot behind the strip center.
Artists: Daniel Brents, Margo I. Green, Marilyn Balke-Lowry, Melinda Patrick, Linda Summers Posey and Sally Stubbs.
Because the shows run back-to-back, I decided to link the themes with color – so each show will feature a distinct palette, red for Sculptures by Design and blue for Max’s Wine Dive. Two of the artists, Daniel Brents and I, even have thematically linked paintings in each show. Daniel is showing two halves of a diptych, one in each show, along with other works. One of my pieces in each show is from my "Self-Expressed" series.
Come to either show and you’ll have the fun of seeing some great art – come to both and you’ll see how distinctly color can influence our work and our view of the world. Artists, see what you can do to make the themes of your shows reflect your creativity in a new way.
For more information about both shows:
Linda Summers Posey, [email protected]
Happy creating –