Those 'in the know', realize that at this time of year, early on in May, there are many artists who anxiously await their mail delivery each day after the first week in May. Why you say? Well, it is because we are looking for a particular envelope. My particular envelope arrived late yesterday and I am pleased to say that it was the BIG envelope!
'The Lace Curtain' was juried into this year's Birds in Art exhibition at the Woodson Art Museum and I am once again, most honored and delighted to have my work be a part of this outstanding annual event. If memory serves, I believe this will be my 17th year of inclusion in Birds in Art and I will look forward to returning to Wausau in early September for the opening weekend festivities.
With the opening of my solo exhibition, Unknown Bridges with the Woodson, just around the corner, I will get to visit Wausau twice this year!
Birds in Art opens on September 6th and runs through early November in that beautiful upper Midwestern city, so if you are planning to be in the area of north central Wisconsin any time during the fall, stop into the Woodson and see the exhibition which will host works from artists from all across the globe.
And, congratulations to my artist friends who also made the cut this time around and to those who did not . . . you will be missed in Wausau come this September.