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Glenview Mansion Art Gallery Opening Photos

Here are some scenes from yesterday’s opening at Glenview Mansion Art Gallery. Thanks to everyone who came out and joined us. We were too busy enjoying the company of friends and family to get many photos of the show, or any of us! It was great fun, and thanks to Julie Farrell, the Director for the thoughtful and creative ways she displayed our work.

 

Stack of John Mors Sculptures. Loved the way Julie Farrell, the director placed these.

Stack of John Mors Sculptures. Loved the way director, Julie Farrell, placed these.

The Entomologist by theresa mARTin and Red Summer by John Mors

The Entomologist by theresa mARTin and Red Summer by John Mors

Loved how Julie placed these two portraits of my niece and me together without knowing it was a portrait of my niece.

Loved how Julie placed these two portraits of my niece and me together without knowing it was a portrait of my niece.

9 Embroideries by theresa mARTin and Alice Sculpture on the pedastal

9 Embroideries by theresa mARTin and two Alice Sculpture’s on the pedestal, displayed on a lazy Susan. (Only one showing in photo).

Glenview Mansion Art Gallery Opening Day

The hallway and entrance to the galleries.

Gallery-goers

Gallery-goers

Three Altered Art Dolls by theresa mARTin

Three Altered Art Dolls by theresa mARTin

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Mary Mary

IMG_9427Mary Mary Quite Contrary is a 6″ x 6″ x 2″ mixed media piece.  It’s part of a series of nine that I’m working on for the show at Glenview Art Gallery in Rockville, MD, coming in November.  I began by scanning a photo into Photoshop, then printing it out onto Transfer Artist Paper. I ironed on the transfer to cotton, as you see above.

IMG_9455I drew the square and made an impression of the 2″ deep canvas board to define the edges. I painted the background metallic silver and roughed in the circle guidelines.

FullSizeRenderShe now has a green dress.  The first embellishments sewn on were the silver spikes. I added a row of pale blue Swarovski rhinestones inside the spike circle.

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The background has a rice stitch with Japanese silver leaf thread.  The final touch was the teeny tiny pearl necklace. It’s now stretched onto a 6″ x 6″ x 2″ canvas board.

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The collection grows.