Monday, January 16, 2012

Upcoming Exhibit at Audubon Museum

On Saturday, I took 5 pieces to the John James Audubon Museum in Henderson, Kentucky.  It was a cold, grey day, and the drive took about 4 hours each way, but I am very happy to be part of the exhibit. 

One of my pieces is on the front of the announcement- the one with the blue crow taking flight, entitled "Rise".

The Audubon Museum is a beautiful stone structure built by the Works Progress Administration in 1938.  Unfortunately, the weather was dark and overcast, and my camera batteries died, so I wasn't able to get a good photo.  Maybe I'll have better luck when I go to retrieve my work.

"Seedling" will also be in the exhibit.

I'm also excited to welcome my new followers; I am always so grateful that someone connects with what I do.  I hope you will all enjoy sharing  my journey.  The new year is starting off with a bang!   I'm wishing the same for all of you, my friends, and many blessings!


  1. congratulations.

    that building is interesting. The roof height looks fascinating, I'd love to go inside

  2. congrats - and what a pretty building!

  3. I wish I could see this exhibit...I love your seedling...she is fresh and promising. If you are allowed would you post some more photos of this exhibit? That building looks like a silo of some sort. Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

  4. Congratulations, Sharmon - Wish I were close enough to see the exhibit. The building looks so interesting, and I love your Seedling piece. -sus

  5. I recognized your blue crow on the announcement immediately. Love the peaceful energy of "Seedling" ..... but then your work always has that effect on me. Congrats Sharmon!

  6. meilleurs voeux pour une belle exposition!

  7. This looks like a great show, the announcement is lovely, and like your blue bird, I wish I could fly and see it. I imagine that the Audubon museum is a wonderful place for an exhibit. Congratulations on your two evocative works that will be hanging there!

  8. Gorgeous and wonderful...
    I love seeing the beautiful architecture under the broody sky.

    green Light.

  9. Congratulations!! I'm sorry it's so far away, but I'll look forward to hearing about how it goes.

  10. Congratulations! The building is phenomenal--and your photograph from your dying camera is just fine. What a lovely place to show your work. I too wish I could fly over to witness your success.

  11. What a fabulous Museum Sharmon!
    Great to hear from you... I seriously need to update my blog links so I can see what you are doing!
    This work is looking wonderful as do the works on the previous post. So good to see all the energy and work you've been getting through... Have a brilliant 2011.
    S x
    Taaffe is very much worth a look... thanks for great comments. Kentucky sounds to me like a wonderful place to live!

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  13. Congratulations on your exhibition, I hope it went well :-) Your painting Seedling is amazing!!!


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