If I was totally on top of things rather than pulling through the grand grief that comes from losing my dearest little constant companion dog Zaydee – then I might have actually gotten an eNewsletter off to everyone to announce the opening at the Yellowstone Art Museum before it happened.
Then again, I might not have gotten that done. But I am pretty certain the event on January 22 was a special “members only pre-view” night with the artists rather than being open to the general public anyway. The roads were dry. Weather was friendly. The gala was a blast (and a fine chance to wear my new beautifully fashioned one-of-a-kind suede fringe jacket gifted to me last month). I love the opportunity to visit with other artists and find myself honored to have had two works selected for the event this year. My large reliquary sculpture titled “Live it Gently with Fire” is in the live auction and can be seen in a photo of the main museum gallery on the YAM’s website.
“Silent Dreams” – one of the sculptures from my recent “Neruda Series” is also on view at the museum and is open to bid for the silent auction with a “Buy it Now” price.