Having gotten to the point in life where I can order from the senior menu, I was eligible to enter the 55+ show “Visions: A gathering of Elders”, and this was it turned out the last time I was able to go to a gathering before the world imploded. True that people were observing precautions such as elbow bumps vs. handshakes, but otherwise it seems that the elder wisdom was the same as for having a bad cold. Don’t cough on people, and go home and feel sorry for yourself for two weeks.
Otherwise it was a normal art show. This was hosted at the Walter N. Marks art gallery at UC Riverside Palm Desert.
I recognized the work of Gary Borgstedt – far right – though I didn’t see him at the opening.
Diane Morgan was also there, she too had a painting in the show.
That scuplture in the middle was very intersting.
One of the two fabric entries
Intersection of the virtual and real worlds.
Such a variety of mediums, subjects and styles with an open-themed show.
I think I had the physically smallest entry in the show.
This lamp was my second favorite entry.
The orange Bee painting to the right of the door is Diane’s.
Donna Miller-Haggerty and I took pics of each other in front of our paintings.
And this one was my absolute favorite. So sorry, don’t remember the artist’s name at this point.