Third Prize at Southborough Juried Show

Hello all.  I have not posted in almost a month.  That’s hard to believe.  That may the longest span in quite a long time.  I’m afraid we lost a family member in February – my Aunt.  She was truly a great lady and I will hold dear all of my memories of times we spent together.  I’m not sure why this caused me to absent myself from the blogosphere, but it seems like it did.  However, I return with happy news.  I took third prize in the Southborough Juried Art Show for my piece, Fractured Reality.  I am truly honored as there was so much beautiful work.  The jurors for this exhibit are Randi Isaacson, Marjorie Kaye and Lynne Damianos.  The opening reception is Sunday, March 27 from 2-4 pm in Southborough.  You can find directions at the web site – http://www.southborougharts.org/.

All three pieces I submitted were accepted into the show and I have included them below.  They are all miniatures collages that I framed and are created on recycled postcard mailers.  I displayed them large so you can see their details.  If you are able to come to the opening there will be refreshments, wonderful art, and great company and conversation!

Fractured Reality

Waxed Tapestry

Garden Mosaic

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4 thoughts on “Third Prize at Southborough Juried Show

    • Thanks, Tama! The lines are made with thread. I went through a whole phase, for a while, where I was wrapping things with thread or string. Heard you had lunch with Lynne!

  1. Congratulations, Kathleen! All of your pieces are beautiful but “Fractured Reality” stands out for sure. It also has the power to make me stop and think of the tragedy in Japan and causes me to pause and wish them a speedy recovery from their own fractured reality.
    My condolences on your recent loss.

    • Thanks, Leslie. She was a lovely lady. And thanks for your kind words on my pieces. I hadn’t thought about it in terms of the tragedy in Japan, but it certainly resonates. My heart goes out to those brave people.

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