Field of Vision.

musings, On Art and Culture, Showings December 8, 2014

Field of Vision Card


 

I had a great time at the opening of “Field of Vision” and the Red Brick Center for the Arts in Aspen last Thursday.  A great big thank-you to my friends and family who came to support me and my work, and to the curator, Angie Callen, for including me in a selection of very diverse and talented artists of all media.  Thank you to the Board of Directors for your esteemed dedication to the Arts.

I met some really wonderful people and reconnected with a few familiar faces.  It’s so lovely to show in Aspen, the town where I spent half my youth.


 

Gallery Wall

I have eleven pieces in the show, all images from the summer of 2013 in the Basalt Community Garden. There, at dawn’s break, is where I formed a relationship with the life cycle of the flower and its beautiful ebb and flow of three seasons.


 

Lauren and Bob Braudis 1

Here I am with ex-Aspen Sheriff Bob Braudis.


 

Lauren and Sherriff Joe DiSalvo

The new Aspen Sheriff, Joe DiSalvo, is no stuffed shirt either.


Seth and Erika

My brother, Seth Berley, with his squeeze, Erika.


 

Lauren and Kaelins

Catching up with Stascha and Stefan Kaelin, lifelong friends of Dad.

Lauren and Kaelins 2


Lauren and Mom

My Mom was in town for the celebration.


Lauren and Angie Callen

Curator Angie Callen is awesome.


Lauren and Bob Braudis 2

Comments 4

  1. Teri Love says on December 10, 2014

    The gallery looks like it was a perfect backdrop for your beautiful work. It is so wonderful that your family was there to celebrate with you.

    The art and you – a perfect pairing of joy and glory.

    LUMU

    *Teri Love*

    *Gioia Wine 805.689.7219*

    *www.gioiawine.com *

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