Friday, May 20, 2011

New from Tabby Ivy!

You know, I used to be a really good photographer.  Apparently it is a skill I am losing in my old age.  But rather than wait for some good photos, because patience is not one of my strong suits, here are a couple terrible pictures of the new pieces we have from local artist Tabby Ivy.  The first is a beautiful little 4x6 panel floated on a silk mat and framed with one of my new favorite mouldings.  It is called "Central Park Promenade" and is priced at $225.  What a wickedly good deal!

The next piece is so fresh some of the paint is still wet!  So far it is unframed but we will rectify that situation next week.  The panel is 10x8 and is titled "Almost to Valier."  (That would be Valier, Montana, population 498, located 71 miles northwest of Great Falls.)  Anyway, here it is:

Tabby was one of five artists who participated in a quick-finish event last night at the Bigfork Museum's annual fundraising auction.  She also has a piece in the Hockaday Museum's 10th annual Benefit Auction of Miniatures; the "seal the bid" party is tonight!

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