About a month ago, I wrote a post about the coveted “red dot”… the mark a gallery puts on a painting’s title when it sells but before they take it down to deliver it to a collector. I had one sale or “red dot” at the Madelyn Jordon Fine Art Gallery‘s “Summer Remix” group exhibition this summer. I just got the good news that another painting of mine at the exhibition has sold. Another red dot! I love those little suckers! I wish I could pass out red dots for everyone!
The gallery show “Abstract Sanctuary” opened last week at the Vernum Ultimum Art Gallery in Portland, Oregon. I was one of 25 pieces selected by jury (out of almost 400 submissions) and it’s an amazing collection of abstract art, all at great prices. David and I flew out to see the show this weekend and our adult son joined us. The exhibition runs through March 30th, so stop by if you’re in the area. Here’s my son and I checking out the art.
Portland is a great city to explore. Though it did rain the entire time, we still got out to explore the sights and sample some great food. We even swung by Voo Doo Donuts to pick up one of their unique creations, a bacon and maple bar.