Wednesday, June 20, 2012

the Grove atrium gallery

My work was installed Monday, and the oral examination was Tuesday. The show now opens to the public at 2pm Wednesday with an opening reception at 6 pm. The exhibition continues through Sunday the 24th June, 10am till 4 pm.

If you plan to see the exhibit, the Grove Atrium gallery is a little difficult to find. Go to Middlesex University (Hendon central underground) and then follow signs that direct you to the Grove building. The gallery is upstairs.


There are ten of us in the exhibit but I should get permission before I show their work here. May I say that the whole show is thought provoking and looks really beautiful. Congratulations to us!

I'll be at the gallery on Wednesday and would love to meet you.

11 comments:

Nancy said...

YES! Congratulations to you (all)! Enjoy the rest of the events.

Jennifer said...

Congratulations! Monumental Simplicity looks splendid hung there. Are you able to take a nice deep breath now that the testing is over? Hope so. Enjoy the reception...you've earned it.

Jacky said...

Whoo hoo! Congratulations, your work looks amazing hanging (how I wish I could come and view this exhibition).
Well done!!!!!!

Jacky xox

Meestal Turquoise said...

Congratulations Judy, your work looks fantastic! Have a wonderful time

Notjustnat said...

Congratulations Judy, your cloth looks fantastic hanging up. Enjoy the show...

Marie Costa said...

Big congratulations! My best wishes for a successful exhibition.

Karen said...

Congratulations Judy! You've worked long and hard for this. Savour your success.

Jane said...

Congratulations Judy, your dedication and achievements are inspiring. I am so proud of you! Enjoy, enjoy, I will see you soon.

lynda howells said...

Congrats Judy..l am trying to get to see you on Wednesday..if l can rearrange my lessons. If not l will see it on another day. xxenjoy!xx

Rosemary@semo.net said...

Warm congratulations to you. You are the real thing, a true artist in your heart, and soul through to your eyes and fingers. Never stop creating.

Velma said...

congratulations are certainly in order, judy!