The Gallery in Richmond

The opening of the Gallery at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Richmond was well attended. Sunday was the last day of the show. Monday (Oct. 1) buyers will pick up their pieces. Below are some examples of the work by the some 200 artists in the show:

Ceramic crab plate

Ceramic crab plate — the crab is quite realistic for clay.

Dragon eye fused and stained glass box

Dragon eye fused and stained glass box by Richmond artist Judy Coleman

wood vase

Wonderfully carved wood vase

Tie purse

Tie purse

Black & white quilt

Black and white quilt wall hanging – butterfly or eyes???

Multimedia

Multimedia – wood block with keys and other items

Stained glass lamp

Stained glass lamp

Carved glass

Carved glass

Through the looking glass displayed

Through the looking glass – my best-displayed piece

Tuesday (Oct. 2) I’ll pick up my unsold pieces — I suspect most of them. My daughter kept telling me not to be disappointed if I didn’t sell. Of course, that will be disappointing.  On the other hand, I have several pieces — jewelry, purse hangers, tiles, a bowl and two plates — on consignment at the Laurel Gallery (http://www.laurelgallery.net/) here in Richmond!

I’ll take off immediately for West Virginia afterwards. My plan is to visit Wissmach Glass in Paden City, WV, on Wednesday.

My trip from Tucson to Richmond was 2,455 miles. We’ll see what the return will be, since I’ll be zigzagging around some.

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