Into hibernation

Blackbird Studio and Gallery is closed for the season. I have been trying to get there since Tuesday to pick up my work since the temperatures have been very frigid and tonight promises to break records. About half of the work is gone now, and I got sort of a melancholy feeling as I locked the door.

It was a good first season. We learned a lot in the process, and I am sure next year will be even better.

 Blackbird Studio and Gallery, mid-January. Lots of bare walls.

Blackbird Studio and Gallery, mid-January. Lots of bare walls.

This was my view as I was packing up.

This was my view as I was packing up.

I am not hibernating though. I have a mega-solo scheduled for next month in Sanbornville at the Gafney Library, so having all of this work from Sole City and Blackbird home now is only a temporary phenomenon.

Can’t wait ’til Blackbird reopens and spring is here. It’s already been a weird cold, icy winter.

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About artinsmallplaces

I am Daryl-Ann Hurst, (also using Daryl-Ann Dartt Hurst), an artist and writer, who is also interested in antiques, travel and the outdoors. I am hoping to use this blog to meld all of the interests. I was born and raised in California, have a BA in art, have been published in the New England Antiques Journal and have photography on the Gulf of Maine's website. I have shown paintings and prints nationally since 1978.

Posted on 01/16/2015, in art, Blackbird Studio and Gallery, North Berwick and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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