I had a great time at the reception for my exhibit at the Maturango Museum on Friday. I knew it was going to be a good day when I was sitting at an intersection waiting for the light to change and saw my name up in lights across the street. That’s a first for me! (Click on the video below to see a short video clip of the scrolling message on the display.)
A very engaged group of about 35 people showed up for the reception and I enjoyed the conversations and discussion, especially those following my artist’s talk titled “The Importance of Vision, Inspiration, and Theft in the Creative Process.” Here’s a photo of some of the audience. They are all smiling either because they enjoyed the talk or because it was finally over!
All in all it was a great evening and I’m thankful to Andrea Pelcher and the other staff at the museum for providing the opportunity to exhibit and all the work they did for the reception, and of course to everyone who showed up.
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Congratulations, Larry! An intriguing title for your talk. Care to elaborate on your message?
Thanks Kathy. In regard to the title, it’s a long story. If you are interested, read Rule #5 here for a bit of background; then think about how that kind of theft might facilitate inspiration and vision in creating art.
Nice to have your name in lights along with a smiling audience. Congratulations on the exhibit and the warm welcome!