High altitude art

high-altitude1high-altitide-sideI had a lovely drive up to Breckenridge, Colorado last week to drop off work for another show with the To Expand group, this time at Teal Gallery. The roads were dry and the mountain vistas were spectacularly snowy. I love how the shadows move, change and define the planes under the all white surfaces of the snow.Finally I was able to go over to Beaver Run and see my collage project, in person. (Thanks to the snowboard gal who took a moment away from the slopes to snap my photo!) It is installed in a two story portion of the lobby so I enjoyed the views from above and below but wasn't wildly successful in getting a better photo of it in situ... It really could use some additional lighting. Still, I'm thrilled to have it there!The day was so warm, and the area so protected at the bottom of the ski runs, that I settled in at a sunny picnic table to eat my sack lunch outside and people-watch... a nice little field trip.The artists' reception at Teal Gallery is this Saturday, January 19th from 5-8 pm. If you are in the vicinity, please come by and say hi! The show will runs through February 7th, 211 N. Main Street, M-F, 10-5 and Saturdays 10:30 - 6.high-altitude-bottom