Thank you to all my friends, family and visitors who supported me at my Art Reception this weekend at the Lawrence Library Art Gallery in Pepperell MA. I was on cloud nine after selling nine paintings 🙂 !!!!!! My new Aquatic Journey pieces were a huge hit as were my new “Red Oak” oils.
The Gallery at the Lawrence Library is so beautiful and unique. The architects were Ernest Flagg and W.B. Chambers who are known for designing the Washington state capitol building; Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC; the Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland; St. Luke’s Hospital, NYC and many others.
The Library is also home to Sidney M. Shattuck’s (1876-1917) personal collection of 110 local birds, all carefully mounted and labeled and on permanent display at the Library. Definitely worth a visit !!
Aquatic Journey Series :
Thank you to Christine Kennedy who entertained us with her delightful classical piano music and a special thank you to her student Kendra who played her violin so beautifully.
Some pics of the show 🙂
I am humbled and honored that my art was so well received.
The Lawrence Library is such a special place with wonderful staff and fantastic programs for the community – please make a point of stopping by if you are ever in Pepperell 🙂
Thank you !!! Jacqui 🙂
From my guestbook :
“Keep up the great work. Your artwork has such amazing energy. It’s you. That’s why people love it so much” – Linda Leland
“Outstanding art exhibit today… Proud of you!!” – Christine Joyce
“Congrats J that is a GREAT response to your art. Keep them coming – they are beautiful!” – Sue Barbieri
“awesome job, you are so wonderful and ooze your unique creativity! – Emily Ashman
“Had a blast and was blown away too!! beautiful Jac, seriously” – Karen Parent
“We had a great time. It really was a beautiful reception. You are so talented. I love my paintings! Try not to forget us when you’re rich and famous! :-)” – Lisa Panagopoulos
“Conratulations on your great success! Your work is wonderful! I am so glad I made it! Hugs…” – Alene Sirott-Cope
“Fantastique” – Albine Vermot Gaude