Sunday, September 21, 2014

Yarn 1-2-3-4

After all these updates. I completely forgot to add in the first of the Yarn Paintings I completed back in Ohio. 
For seminal works that gave birth to the "Elk Paintings"
Each acrylic textured painting is on an acrylic coated poplar chassis, 
except #1 which is raw poplar wood.
Dimensions are 22X16 IN OR 55.88 X 40.64 CM


As follows.

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Recent publications.

I present to you...Three online including one physical instance of the exhibition I am currently enjoying in Tamaqua, Pennsylvania at the Community Arts Center until September 28th. Writer Kathy Kunkel from the Times News came, did the interview, and got some wonderful pics too.

http://www.tnonline.com/2014/sep/11/artist-residence

Here's the visual of the online version...

http://www.tnonline.com/2014/sep/11/artist-residence 

Thanks to Kathy Kunkel !!

http://tamaquaarea.wordpress.com/2014/09/08/tamaquas-first-artist-in-residence-jeffrey-collins/?shared=email&msg=fail 

Days before, local historian Andrew Leibenguth came out and did his own interview and took many pictures. There are quite a lot of large photos on his page that you can really glimpse how things went that day.

http://tamaquaarea.wordpress.com/2014/09/15/gallery-show-in-tamaqua-features-works-by-jeffrey-collins-on-display-til-september-28/

On the evening of the opening Andrew came by to document the opening. Including all from the city and the wonderful people behind TAIR and Faces of the World. Wonderful evening.

Thanks to all who came out for the event. 

Cheers.


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