Monday, October 31, 2011

Happy Halloween!




My favorite time of year where the veil between worlds is thinnest.

I am the proud momma of Frodo Baggins today J




The work drop off to Gallery in the Woods went well despite the 2 feet of snow that was dumped in our neighborhood. I actually delivered the work on Sat. instead of Sunday the scheduled drop off day and I am really glad I did. We were with out power from the storm for a little over 24 hours…..Which is actually not as long as we are used to going after a bad storm. There have been times where we have been with out power for over a week. I am happy this was not one of those times!


Four days and counting to my opening on Nov. 4th! I have been housebound with a broken leg for so long it seems and am a little nervous about being out and about never mind the center of attention. I was able to go up Main St. Brattleboro with my crutches on drop off day so it will probably be ok to get around for the opening night….I will just have to rest up.


I also can’t wait for the article to come out in Artscope Magazine…I tentatively heard that it comes out the same day as the opening (on the 4th).

In the studio I have started 2 new paintings and am working on ideas for my altered Book for the show at Hampden Gallery also coming right up!



2 comments:

missleyden said...

Aww, Ben looks great!! Good luck on your opening. I'm sure you will do great. You are an amazing artist! I regret not nabbing a piece before moving.

Alicia Hunsicker said...

Hey Cat...yes! he looked like he could have been in the movie! A perfect Hobbit!...hairy feet and all. If you do ever see a piece that you can't live without I am sure we can get it to you! :-) xo~A

Alicia Hunsicker's art is undeniably beautiful. She is an expert at extracting the highly-detailed textures and fibers of the human body, bringing them from darkness, into the light, with a technical precision that rivals any modern-day master.
David Aquino, Brattleboro Reformer