Old Crown Exhibit

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Written September 28, 2011

Having my artwork hanging at Old Crown has been a fulfilling experience. It’s definitely fun to have so many of my pieces together in one place, other than my own home, that is. Stopping in as usual and seeing my own work on the walls is a little odd. Watching people as they work on their laptops with The New Eve hovering over their shoulder or observing an animated conversation occurring between two patrons with The Web of Life connecting the two of them…well, it warms me. I’m usually the only one who gets to sit with all of these creations and feel their support. I’ve poured a great deal of love into all of them and that love flows freely from them. Perhaps those sitting in their midst get a good dose of that love whether they admire them or not.

Check out some more pictures. Please keep in mind that it was a rainy, dreary day so the lighting was a little dim which is perfect for a cozy spot with a cup of chai, but not so great for photographing.

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