|My section of the show at the Ratner Museum|
This is the group I had planned on exhibiting and
I am pleased to be able to do so. I also like the hanging rod system as it makes hanging a snap
and certainly takes care of the walls. I just pray I tightened the screws on the sliding hook enough and the paintings don't start sliding down the rods. Al Laong who was hanging his paintings next to me had one of his pieces fall off and hit the floor. Sadly his frame broke and the painting was removed from the show. I wish I had done a last minute check of the screws but I was too busy gabbing and I forgot. I am a worrier. Perhaps I should have used two rods for the two larger paintings. See what I mean...I obsess:)
|Jane Hahler hanging her wonderful cityscapes|
Below is Bobbi Pratte who is on the faculty at the Art League School. Bobbi is also a fellow ALPAP (Art League Plein Air Painter) and I will be attending her workshop at the Pennsylvania Lavender Festival for two days at the end of June. Seventeen of us are going and it will be FUN!
|Bobbi Pratte hanging her Lake Barcroft Beach series|
If you live in the greater Washington area please consider yourself invited to the opening reception at the Ratner Museum this Sunday, June 3rd. It is from 1:30 to 3:30 and you can see some wonderful paintings and have plenty to eat and drink! The address is 1001 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, MD.