Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Art Show 2010

My husband, Tony Dowler, had his first art show opening two weeks ago at Cortona Cafe in Seattle. If you follow the link, you'll get to see some of his work (the website itself is a work-in-progress). Currently, two-thirds of his artwork at the shop has sold, plus he's obtained some commissions as a result of the show.

Here is a photo of the two of us at the art show, taken by a friend of mine with the Hipstamatic app on her iPhone:

Many good wishes for a satisfying new year.

Addendum: Tanita wanted a picture of Tony's/Bede's ponytail, and here is the best shot I have from that evening:


El JoPe Magnifico said...

Two thirds? Holy crap! You go, Tony!

tanita davis said...

Well, I'm happy there was a picture and all, but NEXT TIME you have to make sure his ponytail is showing.

I cannot lust properly if it's invisible, can I?

I am SO EXCITED for you guys, seriously. Yay, Tony.

Lone Star Ma said...

Yay, Bede! That is so completely exciting and wonderful!!

Yorkshire Pudding said...

I find Tony's diagrammatic pieces interesting because they echo an academic fashion in mindmapping processes and ideas. Does life or knowledge really work that way? Perhaps that's partly what Tony is doing - questioning pictorial triteness.

Saints and Spinners said...

On Tony's behalf, thank you! YP, Tony does a lot of mindmapping-- good eye. :) And Tanita now has a (somewhat blurry) photo of the ponytail.