Indigene Solo Art Exhibit

Between my full-time day jobs, commissions and illustration jobs, I actually have an exhibit! My solo exhibit will run from December 8, 2008 through March 13, 2009! The exhibit is at this wonderful place, in Wallingford, PA, called “Pendle Hill.” If you want a beautiful contemplative retreat place, this is it!

Please visit at the website listed below for more information on the exhibit and this fabulous retreat center:

http://www.pendlehill.org/news/highlight_art_opening_gaskin.php

I’m really excited about it!

Has my life been crazy… YES!…have I completed the prompt for Illustration Friday…NO! Right now, I’m just trying to bask in the light of having hung the exhibit :)

I’m just hoping to squeeze in a moment for this week’s illustration…

4 Comments »
  1. This is a very strong piece. What feeling it gives off. Great work.

    Comment by Chris Forrest — December 9, 2008 @ 10:08 am

  2. Congrats to you Indigene!
    I can feel your joy, thanks for sharing this joy with us!
    I have just checked out the details at above web site.
    Wow! Keep it up Indigene, you are really in a Merry Merry Mood, so happy for you:)
    You are a trend setter here. I am following your footstep to have mine too one day.
    Thanks.
    Mission: You are a Conference Services Manager by day and a true calling artist by life!

    Comment by yoon see — December 9, 2008 @ 10:31 am

  3. Congratulations Theresa! This is so very wonderful.
    A solo exhibit is an enormous leap in your own creative growth and strength.
    It is such a commitment to your own voice, embracing and believing in you.
    Just totally awesome! Great way to finish the year and start a new one.
    Wish I could see this exhibit. A big hug!

    Comment by Flying Colors — December 11, 2008 @ 10:22 pm

  4. Wow, very cool, Indigene. Congratulations! Shows are such fun – you get to actually talk to people face to face. The internet is a great way to meet people and show your stuff to a wider audience, but nothing beats an actual picture hanging on a hall, IMHO. If I had lived anywhere near Wallingford (like on the same continent, at least) I would definitely drop by. But alas . . .
    Thanks for being a regular drop-in at Incogneato’s – your comments are always warmly welcome there.
    Best wishes for your show and the coming New Year!

    Cheers!
    Son of Incogneato

    ps – I’m pretty sure I hitch-hiked through Wallingford back when I was a reckless young man. I was hiking/camping along the Appalachian Trail and the Delaware Water Gap. Wallingford sounds very familiar and would be on my route from New York.

    Comment by Son of Incogneato — January 3, 2009 @ 7:07 am

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