And this is the last one of the series. I hope everyone has a happy Thanksgiving, take care!
I’m taking a night class in graphic design and for our next class, our assignment is to create four images that reflect the four seasons based on color scheme and/or subject matter. I decided to do coffee and tea for my series. We have to use color packets of coated paper for the project, so I’m in my comfort zone since the project involves collaging, however, I’m not accustomed to using plain paper. This piece is the first one I completed in the series–the cool colors and the steam represent the coldness of winter.
November 17, 2008 – June 19, 2009
City Hall; Alexandria, Virginia
Map and Gallery Info
Megan Coyle’s collages, “The Artist from a Distance” and “Benjamin,” were on display in Alexandria, Virginia’s City Hall. Megan Coyle’s, “The Artist from a Distance” was awarded an Honorable Mention.
The exhibit was part of an ongoing bi-annual juried exhibit that City Hall holds every year, featuring the art from members of the Del Ray Artisans, the Art League, and the Torpedo Factory Artists Association. Beth Baldwin, the Art Bank Coordinator of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, was the Juror of the exhibition.
Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
250 works were entered, 96 were accepted.
My piece, “The Curious Kitten,” was juried into the “Small Works Exhibition” in the Art League Gallery in Old Town of Alexandria, Virginia. The piece won an honorable mention, awarded by the juror Susan Frank. It will be up in the gallery from November 6 – 30, 2008
Here’s a quick collage I did today. I’m going to get started on something else as well, and hopefully I’ll be able to post more this week. Things have been extremely busy for me, so I’ll try my best to work on more artwork.