Now that I've been home for a couple of days, I've had some time to process this most recent Birds In Art opening weekend. There is so much cool stuff that happens at the
, it takes some
time for me to put it all into perspective. I've come to realize over the years
just how fortunate I am to be associated with this outstanding group of people...
artists, patrons, and museum personnel included! Woodson
|Patrons study the BIA exhibit|
|Larry Barth's "Yellow-rumped |
Warbler and Goldenrod"
|Bart Rulon's "Roseate Spoonbills"|
|Guy Coheleach and Me!|
|Kathryn Turner's "As with Breath"|
There is so much to write about. In subsequent posts, I will talk about the new wing of the museum and the Owen J. Gromme exhibit currently on display there. Also, the breathtaking selection of art in the permanent collection gallery. I've got lots of photos and a stray thought or two swirling around in my head, so stay tuned.
For now, it's time to get back to painting!