Valentine’s Day 2009
Saturday, Feb. 14th, 6-10 pm (rain or shine)
This year’s show (my 9th annual) is shapin up splendidly. Following tradition, I will have a new set of single and double Long Stem Roses available. Behind door #2 will be a set of Vining Sweet Pea starter plants. And last but not least, I’m unveiling a new concept I’ve dubbed the Solar Blade.
The roses are pretty well dialed in at this point, and have always been a presence at this show. The Vining Sweet Peas have been long in the coming; these are the first be cut from the CNC Plasma equipment. The Peas were one of the main reasons for getting the CNC, and all of the components have been retooled and refined. The Solar Blades are full size, stand 6 ft, and are a hybrid of sculpture and lighting. They represent a new direction and take advantage of recent advances in LED technology, which is finally ready to use as general lighting. And yes, of course, they are solar powered.
It is (as always) my pleasure to share the floor with other artists:
Collaborative artists include
Dan Romo (patinas on Roses and Peas); Studio Romo
Zachary Wetzel (blade fabrication); South 50 Studios
Also on display will be work by
Mike Woolson |selected photography| Jumbobrain
Jon Sarriugarte |fire pots, custom forged furniture| Form and Reform
Kitty Hutton |paintings, mixed media|
Zach Wetzel |fire sculpture| South 50 Studio
Dorklandia |I don’t know but I cant wait|
Dawn Ryan |Salue| Relartivity
Dan Romo |looking glass scopes| Studio Romo
Matthias Beckman |fused glass| Matthiss
Katie Keech |selected paintings|
Dave Andres |fire sculpture, jacobs ladder|
Please join us for an evening of light and art. And don’t miss a chance to win a Long Stem Rose at the
Raffle held at 9:00 pm, tickets available at the show. Winner must be present to win.