For the month of May my art is hanging up in a lovely little restaurant in Baltimore. I’ve been wanting to schedule a show at the Metropolitan Cafe for a while now, but it wasn’t until I had the last minute opportunity to show my artwork there that I got my work together and framed.
There are two levels to Metropolitan. Downstairs, there’s a lovely, big brick wall on which three of my large shadow drawings are hanging.
Each drawing is similar in style, but I used a different medium to color each one. The golden drawing is colored with colored pencil, the pink one is a watercolor painting that I finished the night before hanging the show, and the gray was created with Prismacolor markers.
All the smaller pieces of art can be seen upstairs.
Three more shadow drawings hang together on another beautiful brick wall.
All three are prints of originals that I colored with watercolor.
The set of six pattern drawings were all hung near each other on a bright yellow wall.
Each is a print of an original drawing or watercolor.
The final group of my recent geometric circle drawing were hung by the upstairs fireplace.
Admittedly, they look a little small for the space, but I love them anyway! Look how nice the triptych turned out:
If you are in the Baltimore area, I’d love if you stopped by to see the show for yourself, but if you can’t make it, or aren’t in the area, I hope you enjoyed this mini-virtual tour of my show at Metropolitan Cafe. I love the way the art looks on the brick walls especially, but even the yellow walls look great as a backdrop for my brightly colored drawings.
If you want to see more, I posted a few extra photos on flickr that are not shown here, as well as close-ups of most of the work in the show.