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OK, is it wrong to begin with my own show? No? You are so kind. Here are a few photos from the opening of my solo show, Chasing Time, at Cube Gallery which closes on March 31.

Gallery owner Kimberly Kent and I sampled a little wine as we set up

Gallery owner Kimberly Kent and I sampled a little wine as we set up

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Marcy Baker and I discussing a painting

Marcy Baker and I discussing a painting

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By the time things really packed in there I couldn’t get to the camera anymore so these will have to do. The next night I attended two more wonderful shows. My friend Sheary Clough Suiter, who I met at the encaustic conference last year, was down form Alaska for her opening at the Attic Gallery in downtown Portland. This show closes March 28.

Me, Amy Stoner and Sheary, with her paintings in the background

Me, Amy Stoner and Sheary, with her paintings in the background

Sara and her buddy for the evening

Sara and her buddy for the evening

I also popped over to the always excellent Beet Gallery to visit Sara Swink and her quirky and evocative ceramic sculptures. I’m paired with Sara in my November show at Guardino Gallery in Portland. We’re talking about working on a collaborative piece for the Guardino show so we’ll have to start experimenting soon…

Also not to be missed this month (but I haven’t been there yet!):

Betsy Eby at Winston Wachter (Seattle)

Da Vinci: The Genius at OMSI (Portland)

Chris Reilly at Scott White Contemporary (San Diego)

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