the figurative show I was in before I went to Florence
and Paris -- Daniel Anaka. When I heard that he was
curating an abstract show Rorschach, opening this week, I wanted
to be part of it. The openings are on this Friday November
20th and Saturday, November 21st from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. at
the Super Wonder Gallery, 876 Bloor Street West, just west of
Broken Line #1
Acrylic on canvas
36 x 48 inches
Barbara Muir © 2015
(one of two paintings I'm showing that mirror
each other in the Rorschach show.)
And hurray my paintings have been accepted! I'll be exhibiting
two 3 ft x 4 ft. black and white abstract paintings in the show.
A complete departure for me. Have I been influenced
by the artists I met in Florence? I'd have to say yes,
but more importantly I really like the artists that
Daniel Anaka attracts to his shows, and Daniel's wit,
sense of humour and no nonsense, honest approach. Plus
he throws a super great party, and we artists and collectors
The group Tokka with Dr. Eugene Draw, famous
electronic violinist, will be playing at the openings,
on Friday and Saturday night.
Have I gone abstract? No -- not forever. I am
just adding that possibility to my affection for
portraits, still life, and landscape. And for me
it's been a happy addition.
Come and see! I know you'll enjoy yourself.
Have a celebrating art day!