Tuesday, August 25, 2009

tuesday news

hi there,

thanks for your comments in my last post and getting where i'm at ;)

i'm excited to share that i have a few upcoming shows i'm participating in!

*the first i've mentioned before (and participated in maybe 4 or 5 times now!) is the Enormous Tiny Show at Nahcotta Gallery! always a pleasure to be part of this show near my hometown of Kittery Point, Maine.

Opening: Portsmouth, New Hampshire Friday Sept. 4th from 5-8 pm 
Dates: Sept 2nd-28th

here are a few of my newest birdies for this show~
slate junco
indigo bunting
wilson warbler

*the 2nd is another New Hampshire show! the "Vision of Squam" show which will be held at Artstream Studios. It will feature teachers and students for last year's Squam Art Workshop. This show was lovingly conceived of by Liz Kalloch and generously hosted by Susan Schwake. i'm sad to be missing Squam this year, but happy that my art will be there!

Opening: Rochester, NH on September 11th from 5-7pm during the city's art stroll
Dates: Sept 1st-30th

This piece below is one of a few of mine that will be included~
Whale of A Time

*the 3rd is not opening till november, but i'm very psyched to be included in this novel concept working on mannequins~

I'll let you know more details about these shows as they progress...

mati rose


Anna-Marie Still said...

very cool! I just bought a few small (tabletop size) dressforms a few months back with the intention of altering. Can't wait to see what you create!

buddhagirl said...

Hi Mati,
I have been following your blog for a long time now... have left a few comments... and just received a blogger award that i was supposed to pass on to 7 other blogs.

yours is truly inspiring:)
I adore your artwork and your spirt.

Thank you,


judy coates perez said...

Ok this blog post answers a question that was on my mind, I was wondering if you were from Kittery. I am originally from Kittery too, and was wondering if you were related to someone from Traip named Mary McDonough, a cousin of yours maybe? I only went to Traip for a year though before moving to N. California, so she probably wouldn't remember me. When I see your photos of Maine they look so familiar and really make me miss it.

Love your playful painting style. The photos from the birdhouse exhibit last month were awesome.

PixieDust said...

I love seeing how enamored people are of your artwork - it is gorgeous!



Anonymous said...

i love your new blog format...looking forward to checking in. kt(kt40)