Oil on black canvas, with gold leaf
At Priba Furniture, 210 Stage Coach Trail, Greensboro, NC
My beautiful gallery in the JH Adams Hotel in High Point, NC, has closed. But as my grandmother used to say, when one door closes, another opens. That's been the case with me - and with remarkable timing, too. I was in Arizona, nursing my injured knee, when I got a call from Gwenn Lance, who has run a gallery in Greensboro, NC, for 14 years. She was on the brink of moving to Priba, a large furniture store in Greensboro, and she wanted my work. On my way home from Arizona, I stopped in Greensboro, met Gwenn and saw the beautiful store and the amazing art she's collected and hung on the walls there. It's an exciting venture, and I'm thrilled to be a part of it.
ANOTHER FUN OPPORTUNITY came along last week, when artist Tamara Gonda asked me to participate in an artist-question series she's writing for her blog. I was her first guest artist, and am honored by the opportunity.
To read the piece, click here - (http://www.tamaragonda.com/blog/march-art-talk-month-carrie-jacobson) and be sure to check out Tamara's work and her other blog posts, too.
I've never seen self-checkout lanes in a convenience store/gas station,
but I saw them at this Pilot outside of Knoxville, TN!
Dog of the Day
Saw this cutie at the show in Tubac. Very serious...
A Final Thought
"To be an artist is to believe in life."
- Henry Moore