Today is the day that the lovely gallery curator, Harriet Bencke (gee, I hope I spelled that right!) hangs the artwork at this year’s Forgeries at Froggwell.
In the meantime, a few more artists have shared their work for the show in the form of photographs.
Gail Gwinn, another of my favorite artists who isn’t me, left Whidbey Island a few years ago to move east of the Cascade mountains to get a little more sunshine in her life. Little did she know it would get sunny over here, not to mention we would have been able to supply many models for this copy of an Albrecht Durer drawing of a young hare. (That’s bunny for those of you who don’t know what a hare is.)
Also, in my file is Rene Flynn-Federspiel’s interpretation of an Edward Hopper painting. Hopper has always been one of my favorite painters, although what really knocks my socks off are his drawings and etchings.
Only two more days before the doors open on Friday, July 31st, 2015! Be there: It’s cheaper than flying to Brussels!