100 Grand Show 2017

It was wonderful to participate once again in the annual 100 Grand Show at Sullivan Goss Gallery. The group show features approximately 100 artists working in various mediums, with all works priced at $1,000 or less. It’s a fun and eclectic exhibit that runs from early December through January. This year’s show unfortunately coincided with the start of the Thomas fire, which turned out to be the largest wildfire in modern California history. It turned many people’s lives upside down, and has been hard on local businesses as well.

The first reception for the show took place a few days after the fire started, and the air was very smoky. My husband wore a pink bandana and won a giant Hershey’s kiss for having the “most creative face mask.” This was before thousands of face masks were distributed throughout town in the coming days (which weren’t nearly as creative, but definitely more effective). A pretty good crowd showed up nonetheless, and it was nice to see friends during a stressful time. A second reception was held in January.

“Aloe” (11 x 14″) 🙂


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