Thursday, July 23, 2015

Exciting news

At Rest
9 x 12 in., oil on panel
sold

General Store
11 x 14 in., oil on panel
$750
available through Davis Gallery, Austin, Texas
512.477.4929

After what seems like quite a long time, I'm home from summer travels and obligations and am able to offer a  post -- with news I'm very excited to share! Within the last few weeks I've learned that the above pieces have been accepted into two separate shows of which I'm really honored to be a part.  At Rest was juried into the American Women Artists 2015 National Juried Exhibition & Annual Member's Show, while General Store was selected for inclusion in the 16th National Exhibition of the American Impressionist Society. These are some of my first stabs at national shows. I couldn't be more honored and am truly jumpy with enthusiasm about it. 

The AIS show will take place October 1 - 29 at Trailside Galleries in Scottsdale, and the AWA exhibition will be held November 12 - 30 at Bonner David Galleries, also in Scottsdale.  I'm looking forward to getting to know Scottsdale a bit better this fall:). I will share more as the shows approach, but I'm super motivated going into what is typically my most productive time of year.

- julie davis


9 comments:

carol morgan carmichael said...

Woo hoo Julie! Congrats! Love your work .

Laurel Daniel said...

Yay! These paintings are both gorgeous and the honors are well deserved! I'm thrilled for you. Congrats!!!

Marilyn Flanegan said...

Well deserved indeed - congratulations Julie!

liz wiltzen said...

Yay Julie! Way to get after it! And of course they got in. :-)

ART-TRAVELLER said...

Very beautiful painting and very interesting art blog !!!
Have a nice and creative week !!!

Mary Sheehan Winn said...

enjoy the feeling :D
Well deserved, Julie.

jill said...

Congratulations. Love your work....so well deserved!!!

Karen Werner said...

Congratulations!!! So well deserved!

Lorraine Shirkus said...

Congratulations Julie! I love General Store—your range of blues create such a subdued mood and sense of peace. And I love Evening Commute, the quiet blue road and the glowing barn—love the way you handled the reds.
I've really enjoyed catching up with your blog . . . so much good work!