Madly snowing day, the first day of "Summer Time", the most dreadful one less hour sleeping time day. This big snow storm has brought a wet snow and we have already lost one big branch of a juniper tree in the backyard.
There are some good news to share. First I have been accepted to a show at Artworks Center for Contemporary Art in Loveland. It will be a celebration of Colorado Asian arts and is curated by Jane Burke, a senior curatorial assistant for the department of textile art and fashion at Denver Art Museum. The show will be April to June and the detail is in the event section of this site.
The second news is that Summer Art Market will be back!!! SAM by Art Students League of Denver, was sadly cancelled last year due to the pandemic but this year the show is planning to be held on August 28-29!
I have not been accepted yet since the show must reduce the artist number due to complying to the pandemic policies. My fingers are crossed.
Lastly but so excitedly, Arts on Green will be back too! The first time show event was such a success last year, so he city of Greenwood Village has decided to organize again this year. Since the organizer priorities about bringing back the 50 artists from the last year to this year, I am already accepted to the show and feel so grateful! The show info will again be posted in the event section of my site when it is approaching. Anyway things are looking up and with this accelerating vaccination process moves forward, I can really see a bright light at the end of the long tunnel! Keep on printing!
Here is my first blog.