Archive for May, 2009

Still aglow from a wonderful exhibition and gathering

Friday, May 29th, 2009

Death of the Innocent exhibition at Studio and Stacks

I simply have to say thank you again to everyone for making my exhibition “Death of the Innocent” (the Ildiko paintings) such a wonderful and rewarding gathering. Above is one of my favourite pictures from that day. The Studio and Stacks were abuzz for two days with all the lovely and attentive visitors.

Here are some comments that attendees have kindly consented to let me post here:

Your show was wonderful Margie. I hope it was a great success and that your beautiful work is seen far and wide. I have so many lovely memories in that studio … thank you!
- Cynthia Long

The afternoon we spent with you, Brian, your dear children and your art made me feel a privileged part of the road you have taken. Wishing you the joy of art forever.
- Joan Dubros

I so enjoy getting comments on my works, and debating and discussing them with all of you. Even if you are not able to join me at my exhibitions, I hope over time to let everyone engage with my work here on this blog. If you want to comment at any time, you are welcome to email me or use the comment feature here on this blog, at the bottom of every entry.

“Death of the Innocent” – a perfect Vernissage!

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

Thank you all for making my exhibition “Death of the Innocent” (the Ildiko paintings) one of the best I have ever had. Lots of viewers, friends and returning clients making much joyful noise and making connections with others. Thank you!¬† A perfect Vernissage!

In addition to all of this, you the viewer completes the process for the work. The artist, the subject, the canvas and paint creates an image  but it needs you the viewer to make the final link, seeing the work and experience through your life psychology and experience. It is here that the touching of hearts happens.

Once again, thank you for coming out to join us.