Springtime in Windham
Hard to believe, but it’s taken this long. We’re still having frost, and the apple blossoms are just coming to their own. My lilacs aren’t even open yet. That’s what’s so special here: Everything takes just a bit longer. It makes us all slow down. It allows time for reflection on just how good it will be when it finally happens.
And so, we finally celebrate that our new outdoor sculptural installation has happened! In spite of mixed weather, freezing spitting rain and nasty wind, Todd, Shelley, Kanchha and I were out there two weeks ago. We’re happy with the results! We hope you are too. Please come let us know what you think of ‘Transitions’ Color Field Sculpture ® on our west lawn. Who knows? It could be the start of a small sculpture park. Join us in a toast to Shelley Parriott and her amazing work at the reception on Saturday, May 27th. We’ll be celebrating Ilona Sochynsky’s first solo exhibit with the gallery as well.
If you haven’t been to the gallery lately, we’ve been expanding our collection of ceramics in our new relationship with Columbia Teacher’s College. We are creating specific areas to show them, featuring latest works by Ricardo Arango and Stepanka Horalkova.
As always, we’re happy to help out with framing and installation. Whether it’s something purchased here or brought back from your latest vacation (we have an amazing piece from Cuba in the frame workshop for Seth and Traci) we’re here to help.
Hope to see you soon!