Saturday, October 27, 2012

Friday!

Painting: Celeste Bergin, The Diner, oil on 9x12 canvas panel (framed)

Here is a slideshow of our Inspirations in Paint exhibit at Eastmoreland. FUN! Thank you all for coming out.....we'll be back again on Saturday, October 27 from 2-8 pm!

10 comments:

martinealison said...

Une jolie peinture qui vient pimenter une belle exposition de peinture...
Merci de nous faire partager un moment particulier...
J'espère que de très belles rencontres auront eu lieu.
Gros bisous à vous

Celeste Bergin said...

Martine wrote:

A beautiful painting just spice up a beautiful exhibition of paintings ...
Thank you for sharing a special moment ...
I hope that beautiful meetings have taken place.
Big kisses to you


(Thanks, Martine!)

Sheryl Anthony said...

Such a good exhibit, Celeste! I enjoyed myself! I want the painting I talked to you about. Is it still there?

CrimsonLeaves said...

The Diner makes me want a good old fashioned breakfast of eggs, bacon, hashbrowns and toast. Or a thick burger with cheddar and fries...Yummy! I love the nostalgic sense to this one, Celeste. Your show looked fabulous and had a nice turn out, perfect for everyone to mingle and browse.

Kevin Neal said...

Well it looks like I will finally get to see your work "in person". Eastmoreland is my home golf course. I live about 1 mile from there so I have no excuse not to go to this exhibit. Looking forward to meeting you as well. If not today certainly in the near future.

Jane said...

'The Diner' is an awesome piece...when the unexpected become the star, glorious !

Dean H. said...

Looks like a very productive show! Nice crowd.
I like your painting, "The Diner". Just like being there.

hw (hallie) farber said...

Oh what a beautiful painting!

art by Michael Perchard said...

Hello Celeste!
I love "The Diner"! So different! Love that you painted a scene from inside the diner. Quite often paintings of diners are from the outside. Love that yours is different!
Also very much enjoyed the photos show. Nice to see the golf clubhouse so nicely transformed into an art gallery!
Bravo!
Boo!
Michael

mary maxam said...

The Diner is just perfect with it's focus on the salt and catsup and the background just as support- love it!