Sunday, December 04, 2022

ArtsThrive at last

Turn Signal

Ventana Azul

Today’s entry was to be a real-life drama, a story that’s playing out before my eyes. But because this third person story is deeply personal and private, it deserves more time and care. I want to be true to the facts without betraying confidences and breaching the trust of dear friends. I may turn to fiction for those very reasons.

Adobe at Ranchos Plaza

Fresh Oven Bread

So, In lieu of that touching story I’m happy to announce that after three earlier attempts my entries have been accepted into the ArtsThrive Exhibition at the Albuquerque Museum. It’s the 32nd Annual edition of the prestigious show and I’m proud to be included. Since Peggy has been an invited artist the past four years, I’ve had the privilege of attending the event each year. It’s one of most handsome, carefully curated shows in New Mexico. I encourage you to see for yourself. The exhibition runs from March 4 through April 16, 2023.

I didn’t need algorithms to choose the best candidates. I've learned what sells. And it's Spot Color by ten lengths. Three of the four pieces will be familiar to you. The fourth, Turn Signal, hasn’t been shown.


Unknown said...

Congrats on being invited to the exhibit! I'll be there for sure! Thanks Steve and hope all is well

Steve Immel said...

Thanks Howard. It would be wonderful to see you there. Happy Holidays! Steve

Blacks Crossing said...

Congratulations, indeed, Steve. It is a prestigious exhibit, and your entries are most worthy. It is quite the coup and you must be over the moon about it. Will add the event to our 2023 calendar, but please include a reminder, just in case. And I do look forward to your real-life drama - fictionalized or not - if and hopefully when you choose to include it in a future blog.