“Subway Stories” at Nahcotta

February 6th, 2008

Friday is the opening of the Enormous Tiny Art III show at Nahcotta in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The opening runs from 5 to 8 p.m., so if you're in the area, do stop by for a feast of delicious artwork! I've posted all ten pieces along with their sizes and prices on the Blue Tree Blog.


Nahcotta also has a blog and today they posted pictures of the gallery in mid-installation. I spotted my art in this photo above (click to make bigger.) My art is in the third group. I see Amy Ruppel's beautiful encaustic pieces, then another artist (not sure who) with really cool looking circle pieces!, and then a group of my art. I'm looking forward to seeing all the beautiful artwork in person! And I'll be sure to take some pictures at the opening too.

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Oh I am so super excited for you! I dreeeeeam of someday having a gallery showing. I will just live vicariously through you until then. Please do post more pics so we can all feel like we were there with you. Because we are. In spirit and support.

Wanted to stop by and say “Congratulations!” This is wonderful!!

This is so very exciting! I will be very eager to hear all about this wonderful show!

Tomorrow is the BIG DAY!

Congrats. Their gallery looks very nice!

WooHoo! Congratulations, Leah! Hope you do well – your work shines!!!

hey sweet friend…i’m coming to see you tonite!!! you’ll be so close, i can’t resist. hope you will have a sec to say hello, and i can’t wait to see these pieces in person :) break a leg!

I wish the commute wasn’t so major. Good luck — looks like fun. Oh, and PS I was being tongue-in-cheek over at my blog, actually. You haven’t read my blog much so it’s easy to not recognize it. Sorry ’bout that.

Congratulations on your opening tonight!! I hope it’s a blast and tres successful for you!

Congratulations on your opening night! Your work is amazing- I hope it went well and that you had fun!
I wanted to let you know that I’ve signed up for Creative Every Day- I was so inspired by what I saw on your blog, and the others who have joined in, I think it’s going to be lots of fun. I like getting creative by making jewellery, experimenting with photography and writing. I’m planning to learn quilting and scrapbbooking too.
Looking forward to seeing more at Blue Tree!

Hi, Leah, it was great to meet you in-person on Friday! Your work looked wonderful! Take care.

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