The High Desert Medical Center in Joshua Tree hosts artist displays in four areas in the hospital. The shows include three artists and go up for four months.
This is the second time I’ve shown here and this time my fellow artists are Mae Fox, a stained glass artist, and Tammy Romatko, a painter. The curator, Raini Armstrong, also gets to display a piece on the group wall in the cafe.
The reception didn’t have a lot of attendees (it’s August in the desert, only the hardy are still around) but I was delighted that my friend and fellow artist Nancy Miehle came, along with her husband Bob.
Raini gave us a tour of the four parts of the installation.
In the cafe, there is a group show.
We posed for a quick photo. Mae had recently fallen ill and had not been able to attend the reception.
In the Emergency Room waiting area there are a couple spaces with Mae’s stained glass art.
The artwork will be up until Halloween. If you’re in the area and have a few minutes, please stop by.