We had a nice art related weekend.
On Friday night, the Lane Gallery in Portland hosted a reception featuring the paintings of Kristina Sellers, Celeste Bergin, Joanne Kollman, and a few other very talented artists.
As usual, Celeste and her husband Dave took some great photos which she posted on her blog.
Saturday was the usual lame attempt at cleaning the studio. I won't elaborate.
Sunday, Tim and I headed out to the Broderick Gallery in Rainier, Oregon for an afternoon reception featuring the paintings of Kristina Sellers, Celeste, and Kay Elmore.
I was the navigator and became a little nervous when I noticed we were crossing the Columbia River and got a glimpse of Mt. St. Helens. Oh, oh...we're in Washington.
Luckily, we were actually on track. About an hour later, we crossed back over into Oregon and arrived at the gallery.
The sound of the festivities wafted out into the street, so we were eager to go inside and check out the party.
|Kay Elmore and George Broderick|
|Kristina Sellers, the lady of the hour|
|George Broderick, the gallery owner, is actually a fine artist.|
Well, all I can say is that George is an incredible host because I forgot all about taking photos.
We stayed longer than we had intended, and were happy the CRV knew its way home.