A BIG HEARTY THANKS to all those who made my showing at the Historic Arkansas Museum last Friday night. (And a real apology to the Mayor of Morrilton who did not catch the date-correction and showed up the night before!) To be honest, I felt loved, and was filled with joy. It meant a lot to me that neighbors, co-workers, former co-workers, Mom, wife, kids, family-in-law, lobbyists, fellow photo-buds, church family, new acquaintances and distant friends would make the trip. The work was skillfully presented by the museum curator, and along with the works of the other two artists - sang.
Thank you for making it such a special night for us.
For those who missed, you can still drop by the Historic Arkansas Museum (Trinity Gallery) for the next several months and view the photos, minus the cheese and odd music.
Thanks too, for those who supplied the name of "Flowering Almond" for the pink carnation looking things on a stick. I still haven't come to a conclusion on name of the white carnation looking assemblage, but it looks like both it and the Flowering Almond are part of the same grouping that includes roses.
The Mighty Works Project exists to share in the oddness of it all - with you, my fellow oddities.