Monday, November 2, 2009

Never-before seen

I just got photos of these paintings sent from Nahcotta Gallery in Portsmouth, NH, where they have been living since the beginning of August, when they were included in their annual Landscape Show. They'll be coming back to me eventually (unless they sell, of course), but they asked to keep them for a while longer. Stupid me, in a mad rush before I delivered them to the gallery, neglected to document them, write down dimensions, anything! Bad, bad practice indeed, and won't ever happen again. Anyway, it was almost like Christmas when I received the photos yesterday. I'd forgotten how nice they were (if I say so myself!). Hope you enjoy them, too!


Little Red, 12" x 18", acrylic on canvas, 2009.


Big Red, 18" x 24", acrylic on canvas, 2009.


Things We Lost, 36" x 24", acrylic on canvas, 2009.

In other news, I submitted my application to the NYFA Fellowship, cutting it close to the deadline! I've applied several times in the past; maybe this will be my lucky year! Of course, I have a long wait to find out... not until April 2010 or so. It's going to be a loooong winter...

I also have another thing up my sleeve but can't talk about it. It's an exciting prospect, though! Keep your fingers crossed for me.

5 comments:

Camilla said...

OOh I really like those Amy. I am terrible at taking photos/dimensions etc of my work too- glad i'm not the only one.

DS said...

those are nice :)

Anonymous said...

Love those red houses! Wish I could have seen them in person in their original size.

Amy Greenan said...

Thanks everyone! I like the direction these houses are going, too. :) Next I think I will be doing a series of very small ones.

Ocella Lawsuit said...

Captivating colors. Nice job.