This weekend I took a long trek to Kentucky to check out Giles Gallery for the "Nature's Human" exhibition where a couple of my pieces are going to be on display. Above is an image I took out the car window as we drove towards Richmond, Kentucky.
The show doesn't start until the 24th, so I wasn't able to see the work installed on the walls but I did get a chance to check out the gallery space. Above is the front of the building on Eastern Kentucky University's campus where you can find the gallery.
I really liked the contrast of all the dark fences we drove by and the snow covered fields.
We stopped by a distillery where I took a few artsy pictures - I liked a lot of the texture on the walls and floors of the buildings.
After touring the distillery, they had plenty of coffee to warm us up.
And after a quick weekend of delivering artwork, arranging for the work to be shipped back to me in Virginia (because goodness me, it's quite a trip out there!), and touring around the crafts city of Berea, we headed home.
I have a feeling that Bosty might be jealous of my trip and may have to pay Kentucky a visit sometime soon...