Thursday, October 7, 2010

Come see me, why dontcha?

So, hubby Matt decided over the summer that it was time to open his own art gallery, which should be a great help to my 'Art that Makes Me Wanna Write a Book" posts! As you can probably guess, the gallery is focused solely on the Japanese artists he has developed ties with over the last several years.

If you live in Portland, come swing by and see me tonight, at the gallery! He is having a soft opening this month, with pieces from a wide range of his artists (December will be the grand opening, with a show of all new works).
So if you're out and about for the First Thursday art walk in the Pearl, come on by Hellion Gallery! We're at 323 NW 6th, between Everett and Flanders.

And no, I'm totally not getting any writing done tonight....oh well, I'm being inspired by art instead!

8 comments:

yokohamamama said...

I wanna go!! Waaaah....

(p.s.--did you see my other comment in your last post, where I put how to get the star ratings at the bottom of posts? Finally found it:))

ann foxlee said...

Yah...funny thing is, when I pull up that section, it doesn't give me an option for star ratings. Bummer!

Jack Noodle said...

hey Foxlee send me another email won't you? I don't think your correct email address came through for some reason.

Justine Dell said...

You should check out my contest winner post this morning!!! ;-)

~JD

yokohamamama said...

Squeee! You won! Call me and tell me what you got!!

yokohamamama said...

Hey--I put up that Angela Aki song Tegami (dedicated to the It Gets Better movement)...Have you listened to it before? Can't remember whether we've just talked about it, or whether we listened to it together. Ahhh! Can't remember anything! Anyway, if you haven't heard it, I think you'll like it:)) Very beautiful.

yokohamamama said...

tsk, tsk, somebody has not been checking her blog...:)) just kidding! I know you're going to look at this in a few minutes, so I thought I'd say hi here, too;-)

Lily Cate said...

Wish I could go!
If I'm ever in Portland, I'll be sure to drop in!