Last night was the opening reception for West Coast Prints at the Pacific Art League in Palo Alto. I was very pleased to have my linoleum block print, Baba Yaga, accepted in to the show. And a fine show it is!
Here is the title of the show in the window at the PAL.
Come on in, and join the crowd. You can see a couple of Tom Killion’s block prints on the wall.
Gianfranco Paolozzi plays the accordion for our entertainment. I love that he played Kiss of Fire, one of my all-time favorite songs.
Baba Yaga is part of a lovely grouping of black & white prints. Nice company! The sturgeon is a stunning linoleum block print.
Tom Killion gave a brief slide presentation about his prints and process.
And here I am, the proud artist standing near her work!
West Coast Prints will be on display through November 27, 2010. The Pacific Art League is at 668 Ramona Street in Palo Alto. It really is an excellent show; go see it if you can!
6 thoughts on “West Coast Prints”
Congratulations on showing at the PAL. Baba Yaga is indeed in good company there and you look stunning in your copper silk shirt.
I enjoyed looking through your blog and seeing both new and familiar pieces of work.
You inspire me!!
Thanks Sue! 🙂
yes…El Choclo…called also kiss of fire…glad you enjoyed those notes….a good tango….thank you.
Another great blog post- keep them coming Melissa!
Oh…Kiss of Fire! I remember Mommy playing that on her old records when we were kids. Didn’t you swipe that for The City Dump?
Congrats on the show – it looks great.
Great pictures and congratulations
Love your work keep on printing!