Mosaic Exhibit & Purchasing Information

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I’ve had lots of people ask me, “How can I get one of these paintings?!?!” Here you go!

Click here, if you need to know this instant.

This information is for people who can attend the shows.
HOWEVER if you live out of state, please stay tuned as 171 is working on a way for you to also purchase paintings. So you still may want to see and understand how this show is going to work.

img_7019To sum up
The show is up from July 20th – July 23rd only. 4 days. That’s it.
45 days of blood, sweat and tears reduced to 4 days of celebration. 

This is a fundraiser and my paintings will be sold at an unusually low price. All artists will be selling their 6×6 artwork unframed except for the 50th work.
Nights 1 & 2 are open for ticket holders only and only those present may purchase a painting (hold on out-of-state peeps – we are working on a solution for you!) There will be live music and dancing and all sorts of partying at these two showings. Tickets are LIMITED, however! Act now if you want in. See this link to find out how you can get in.

Nights 3 & 4 are open to the public.

The Catch: When a painting is purchased, the buyer takes it home that night. So if you wait until day 3 & 4 you will see a portion of the show. It might look like the gallery was ransacked! (gasp).

Click here to go to 171’s website for all the juicy details, ticket pricing etc.!! 

3 thoughts on “Mosaic Exhibit & Purchasing Information

    • Donna, I’m so glad you’re enjoying all of this. It’s nice to know people are watching. Yes I could possibly do a demo – maybe a short one? I could definitely do one after this project is over. I’ve often thought about doing an instructional video series. It’s hard to juggle painting and blogging and the documenting also. I will see what I can do. Thank you for asking. 👏🏼

      As for softening my edges, I have a set of brushes that I bought for painting but don’t really care for but they’re very soft. So I use those dry and just drag them through the paint, wipe them off after each stroke. I never clean them with turpentine or the walnut oil during a painting. I keep them as dry as possible and always wipe the paint off after I soften an edge. So that the bristles stay spread out and I don’t get colors unintentionally as I’m softening and an area I’ve already painted.


    • I don’t know if you saw, but I did make a little video explaining how I soften edges. Thank you for asking the question! I will do a little demo of painting in general at some point.


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