Friday, May 7, 2010

Westward Ho

{Kick-Off Party at True World Gallery + Mt. Fuji General Store}

What's better than one show? Two shows. What's better than cold saké? Hot saké. What's better than Bobby Furst making an appearance in his coonskin hat and unidentified-animal-pelt vest? Duh. Nothing. Please join me tomorrow night, Saturday May 8th from 7-10pm, for the opening reception for my new series of homestead paintings at Mt. Fuji General Store and True World Gallery. A new batch of homesteads and hot saké guaranteed. Bobby Furst appearance *highly* likely.  Hope to see some of you there! (Sneak peak and more details below.)

Street-side view of True World Gallery, where I'll be showing alongside beloved food & travel photog Brian Leatart. (Foodies and aspiring food stylists, CHECK OUT BRIAN'S WORK.)

A Rock Pile of Her Own / 9 x 12 in. / oil on panel / 2010

Detail of installation at Mt. Fuji General Store, where I'm showing solo.

Her Favorite Time of Day / 30 x 30 in. / oil on panel / 2010


Westward Ho: New Homestead Paintings by Lily Stockman
at
True World Gallery & Mt. Fuji General Store
Opening Reception at both galleries: Saturday, May 8th
7 to 10 pm
61740 Twentynine Palms Highway (next to Teacakes Bakery)
Joshua Tree, CA 92252

true world: bonnie kopp // 760.366.2300
mt. fuji: chatale doyle // 760.333.9174

PLUS! Also opening tomorrow night: Creeptastically amusing installations by Stanford's own Mad Professor, now Joshua Tree's Son of Satire, Geoff Tuttle, and new paintings by fellow bloggers Karine Swenson and Tina Bluefield all at the swanky new JTAG co-op just across the highway!

7 comments:

  1. Wish I could be there! Have the most awesome time! Sell loads of paintings! (Except mine!)

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  2. if we find ourselves out that way soon I would LOVE to stop by and see your paintings! Maybe maybe... there has been talk of a trip to Pappy's and Harriet's, which is in that area, right?

    So glad you made the Ice Coffee... isn't it amazing! Man o man I could go for a decaf one of those right about now!

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  3. Wish I could come! Looks like a very nice selection of new pieces (also like the way you have hung them)!
    Enjoy the evening, may you sell many works and go off on your next adventure light footed and fancy free!

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  4. siiiiiigh, why can't it just be a little tiny bit closer. i am so sad we could not come. i hope you had a wonderful time. the work is so lovely.

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  5. I love the desert scenery work you've done! I saw this post a couple weeks ago and I can't get it out of my mind! Beautiful.

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