Exploring the Southwest through Paint
My new series of oil paintings, Exploring the Southwest through Paint, is currently
being exhibited at DIS on Cornwall Avenue in downtown Bellingham, WA.
The show is up through the months June and July. Stop by to see what I've been
up to this past winter.
GVAL Artists Reception
The March 1st opening reception of the Gilbert Visual Art League Juried Fine Art
Show was well attended. The Gallery was full of artists and guests. The art was
enjoyed by all ages.
Ribbons were hung for the art work in the judging categories of Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Mixed Media, Drawing, Photography,and Best of Show.
Winning artists received awards.
The art can be viewed and purchased through March 29 in the Gallery at the
Gilbert Historical Museum, Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please
come by to see a diverse selection of fine art.
Accepted into Juried Show
Now it's time to get busy framing. These three paintings have been accepted into the Gilbert Visual Art League Juried Fine Art Show and Sale, March 1-29, 2014, in the Gallery of the Gilbert Historical Museum, 10 S. Gilbert Rd, Gilbert Arizona.
Gilbert Visual Art League 11th Annual Juried Fine Art Show and Sale -- March 2014
Phoenix Rising, 18 x 24, oil by Ann Wallace
(Awarded 2nd Place, Oils 2013)
Come view and have the opportunity to purchase the best of artists' works at the Gilbert Visual Art League Fine Art Show in the Gallery at the Gilbert Historical Museum, 10 S. Gilbert Road, Gilbert, AZ 85233. The show runs throughout the month of March, closing March 29.
Meet the artists and enjoy light refreshments at the opening reception March 1, 6 to 8 p.m. and/or the closing reception, March 29, 5 to 6:30 p.m.
The show can be visited Tuesday through Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the historical museum operation hours.
The painting found a home this summer before I had finished it! This image is of Superstition Mountain, which is part of the mountain range commonly referred to as the Superstitions located in Arizona east of Phoenix. My goal was to capture a mood that conveyed the mystery associated with the legends and lore of the mountain range.