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It was a quiet night on the local art scene. Only two galleries had openings. The hit of the night was Sue Simon’s presentation of new works at Spark Gallery. Sue’s paintings combine abstraction with science and mathematics. Her new works concentrate on numbers. Her paintings are delightful and well crafted. This exhibition did not disappoint. Here are a few of my favorites:

Some Numbers Drive You Crazy, acrylic on panel
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Pi is an Infinitely Long Series of Numbers, acrylic on panel
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Zero, acrylic on panel
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Some Numbers Keep You Calm, acrylic on panel
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Uncountable Infinity, acrylic on panel (just one panel of a six panel painting)
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Photo of the Day

Tatsuto Shibata, Buddha
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Emerging Talent

Mack and I did the art tour tonight. The last stop was Pirate Contemporary Art where we saw new works by emerging artist, Leah Fernandez. Leah collects old photographs which she uses as the basis for her paintings resulting in a retro feel. Her vibrant color palette is fresh and exciting. Here are a few of her paintings:

Geraldine, oil on canvas, 16 x 20.
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Tempest in a Teacup, oil on canvas, 24 x 24.
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The table, oil on canvas, 13 x 22.
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I started the art tour last night at Space Gallery. A few pinpoint-sized rain drops were intermittingly hitting the windshield when I arrived at the gallery. By the time I left Pirate Contemporary Art two hours later it was a full-fledged snowstorm. When I got home, I cut some hyacinths from the garden that survived the bomb cyclone. I felt I needed to rescue them from a second round of snow.

Here’s my favorite piece of art from my tour:

Madeleine Dodge, Indras Net Diptych, aluminum paint and carbon transfer on steel, 80 x 52, Space Gallery

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It’s a cool spring morning. The sun has managed to burn off the cloud cover. I’m back in bed after getting up early. I enjoyed a breakfast of avocado toast and a banana while catching up on a few blogs. It’s the kind of morning that makes me miss cuddling in bed with a guy on a weekend morning.

I need to hit the shower and take Morgan to the grocery store but I keep stalling. The bed feels incredibly comfortable in the cool bedroom. The cat is sunning himself in front of the French doors on bedroom floor. His other half in being warmed by the in-floor heat. It’s no shave Sunday so I only need to shower, brush me teeth and dress. Jacqueline cut off nearly all my hair on Friday so I don’t have to spend time on it. I’m practically bald and barely need product.

Morgan and his partner returned from Italy last Wednesday. Morgan fell ill the last part of the trip. He was hospitalized on Thursday with pneumonia. He was discharged on Friday afternoon. His partner fled to the bathhouse after Morgan returned home and has yet to resurface. I’m taking Morgan to the market. That’s what friends do when a friend is married to man who puts his sexual desires before his husband’s recuperation. Perhaps being single isn’t as bad as I thought.

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Whimsical Sunday

I met another married man. I’ll post about it in a few days. In the meantime, enjoy this whimsical sculpture by Gayla Lemke currently on view at Edge Gallery in Denver.
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Picture of the Day

I find this image simultaneously funny and disturbing. I hope you’re having a great weekend. I’m off to brunch with my neighbors.
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