- photographing each of the faces -- again -- for consistency and quality
- promotion/press releases for my second local exhibit of those 100 Faces in August at the Artists' Atelier
- writing a book on the project (to include those photographs)
- research and contact other art venues, galleries, museums for the exhibit
I do want to get there to paint -- on the Plaza -- but have a hard time tolerating the heat. Tough to pick a day to do that.
Joined the Art League Plein Air PaintersThere was a new opportunity listed in the Art League's July Tidings Newsletter -- with a call for artists who would like to paint on the waterfront some Sunday's throughout the summer. Guess what? I signed up and plan to be there this coming Sunday morning with three or four other painters. It should be fun. I know my painting is bound to be entertaining. I'm looking forward to meeting the other painters in the group and being out in that great spot. And, I'm hoping for a cool breeze.
Put Up Some Photos from the First 100 Faces in 100 Days ReceptionPerhaps I should have done this sooner -- but in order to pursue task #4 above -- I added some photos from my May library show reception to a new page on my web site. I have many more ... that I may put up somewhere ... but was a little worried about file size. There are lots of technical challenges in my life. Anyway, take a peek.
|Photo from my May reception of the 100 Faces in 100 Days exhibit|
Here's a photo you won't see there. See? There's more.
Hopefully, there will be a paintbrush in my hand tomorrow.
100 Faces in 100 Days Project: www.jillbanks.com/jillbanks/100_Faces_in_100_Days_Project.html