Clouds and clouds and clouds! The exhibition is open and so beautiful.
I was so looking forward to this week because the Clouds exhibition is on view now at the CityScape Gallery.
There are 51 artists in this collaboration and I’m one of them! Come have a quick look with me.
This one! This one just took my breath away immediately. It’s Cloud Digger by Jennifer Lamb.
Here is my The Wild from Howe Sound among some other beautiful storms.
This is Black Chaos Comes by Jennifer Hedge. Isn’t it amazing?
Chloe fell in love with this lithograph by Anais Gerber (Sorry, I forgot to jot the name down. If you’re reading Anais, please tell me.)
And these two sculptures! On the left is Susan Whitham‘s Clouds 1, clay, glazes and metal, and on the right is Rosemary Burden‘s Daughters of Earth and Water, threaded bead work.
I hope that you have a little inspiration from these few photos. The exhibition is so lovely.
Are you local? Come in out of the rain and have a look. 😀
Beautiful show. Wish I lived closer.
Gosh how I WISH I could walk in and feel amongst the clouds! Oh this is everything I ever wanted. …. Cloud walking.
And well done, Veronica!!!! Brava & be proud! XXX
Debra She Who Seeks
What a terrific idea for a show! Congrats on being one of the artists in it.
I always loved clouds, what a beautiful exhibition and congratulations on being one of the artists in it. The one that took your breath away Cloud Digger by Jennifer Lamb is amazing, I love it too. Thank you
What a wonderful layout and grouping in this gallery. Very unusual for a gallery but it really showcases the work beautifully. Sure wish that I were closer to be able to come and see this Veronica. I love your clouds. 🙂 Well done you!
Clouds – very inspirational. Checking out the clouds in the sky is a daily observation of mine. Cloud variation and subtle movements are endless. Love this subject for the show. Amazing work.
I adore clouds! I often feel like I could reach up and pull them down. Gosh I wonder what I would do with them .. lol. I just love that cloud digger image. Wish I lived much closer I’d be there .. hugs
is the street art/mural part of the exhibition or merely coincidental?
Yes and no Daryl…lol. Vancouver has an art in the rain thing happening right now all throughout the city, so while the mural is in another part of town, it still features Rain City over here. 😀