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In case you missed it

Post #887 • October 16, 2006, 9:32 AM • 7 Comments

I thought of making a linked exhibition list, but never mind - go here. The top six drawings (starting at Two Cats Playing) and nine paintings (all images down to Hostess) comprise the show, which was attended by a flood of people who responded postively almost to a one. Thanks to all who came by.

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1.

RL

October 16, 2006, 12:21 PM

I was at the opening
Great show!.

It was a surprise to see the work in person because
when you posted the work a few weeks ago I had a completly different impression. I thought at the time the work would be better in larger scale I see now I was wrong the more intamite scale of the work made them more personal.

I also like the delicate texture of each work.

The sumi brush work was a nice compliment
I loved "Attack"

2.

RL

October 16, 2006, 12:22 PM

I was at the opening
Great show!.

It was a surprise to see the work in person because
when you posted the work a few weeks ago I had a completly different impression. I thought at the time the work would be better in larger scale I see now I was wrong the more intamite scale of the work made them more personal.

I also like the delicate texture of each work.

The sumi brush work was a nice compliment
I loved "Attack"

3.

Hans

October 16, 2006, 3:54 PM

Franklin, I find these drawings wonderful !

4.

Hans

October 16, 2006, 4:05 PM

Franklin, did you move to the area around Richmond ? If yes, maybe you go and see this fine collection one day:
http://www.lazaregallery.com/Russian%20Oil%20collection.htm

Should be in your area.

5.

ahab

October 16, 2006, 7:33 PM

Congrats (back at ya), Franklin.

6.

jordan

October 16, 2006, 9:23 PM

Franklin it was good to talk with you about the new work. I agree that seeing them in person allows for one to observe how evenly the surfaces where painted. My personal favourites where the hoizontals on the long wall because of the complex composition arangements. I was explaining to Julie Pimentel today about the inclusion of the fire hydrant as an important spacial consideration in the cafe painting with the purple-haired woman. My pick. Over all the show was jovial, objective, and colorful.

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jordan

October 16, 2006, 9:31 PM

I meant to include this 'url' with the previous comment page.

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