Whistler House Museum of Art, Lowell, MA.; Fall Juried Exhibition from November, 2018 until February, 2019. Standing next to my 12"x 16" acrylics on canvas, titled, "Misty Morning"
For this exhibition at A.L.L. Gallery located in Lowell, Mass., I decided to paint using instant coffee to create a mermaid theme. The 1st is my interpretation of "Beauty & The Beast" (created using instant coffee and watercolors), the 2nd I titled "Playful Sirens".
Standing below my instant coffee painting of "Malala" which was chosen for this show. The show prospectus was to bring to light the women of our history who went against the "norm" and/or "grain" to pave the way for our next generation.
An art enthusiast looking at the "Malala" instant coffee painting (hung to the right above), during the opening Reception of the "Saints, Sluts & Sirens" Exhibition at UnchARTed Gallery located in Lowell, Mass.
Photo taken in front of my "Sunday Morning" painting at the Whistler House Museum of Art's, Fall Juried Exhibition. I created it using 100% instant coffee.
2016 "A Homecoming" Exhibition honoring the James McNeill Whistler Distinguished Award Recipient, the Ambassador of the U.S. to Spain, James Costos, originally from Lowell, MA. It was also an amazing honor to be introduced to the Ambassador of Andorra to the U.S., Elisandra Vives Belmania, who was excited to learn about the techniques I used to create this "Embracing Lowell" Painting while using a Spanish Imported instant coffee.