I had the opportunity to see some old friends....meaning "art pieces" that have left the gallery and are now in a cozy home.
I love this house and the owner. Everywhere I looked I saw art pieces instead of "stuff" (stuff: that is an object that has been manufactured by machines...many of...knock offs of artists work, etc) We like to say how houses have "soul" when filled with art which reflect on the people living there. Yes, this person has a beautiful soul and walking through the door I felt the life within her walls..not to mention she has 5 wonderful kids that add to her beautiful home.
Looking around I peaked at wonderful art objects from our 100 artist shows...
a door located near the kitchen from our Door Show (by Alison O'Donoghue)
Ceramic letters by Doug Dacar...perfectl for this time of year....and actually all year round!
and even the bathroom thoughtfully showcases Kim Murton's ceramic swimmers.
I even found one of my ceramic jars that I made years ago.
So...this holiday season, visit a gallery, visit an artists studio and please support the arts.
We represent Northwest artists working in a variety of media including painting, sculpture, works on paper, ceramics, jewelry and mixed media.
Our second gallery features exhibitions on a monthly basis, as well as selected group shows and special exhibitions. To arrange an appointment, please call 503-581-3229 or email; email@example.com
During our years of operating, we have successfully encouraged the broadening and blossoming of the Salem art scene. We are dedicated to serving our clients as well as our artists. The relationships that we cultivate with our clients and our artists have been and will continue to be long and rewarding. We encourage you to take the time to be acquainted with us and take the time to appreciate the art we enjoy so much.
My name is Mary Lou Zeek and I own the Mary Lou Zeek Gallery. I spend my time promoting artists while attempting to keep my creative momentum in my own life. This blog is about people, places and things that inspire my creative process.