Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Tapping for Treasures

Tap Tap Tapper, acrylic 6"x6"  robin peterson

"What feasts await your woodpecker in the thick bark ridges of Kopachuck's old growth firs. I can almost hear his noisy banging and see the chips fly from his aggressive pecking."    Pat Lantz

Our goal for the exhibit at the Harbor History Museum is to present a fitting testament to the trees.  A committee will be in charge of selecting and hanging the best, most representative and diverse art works for the venue at hand.  We have experienced people to fill these roles and we are confidant that we will mount a beautiful show.  That said, we are also aware that some contributions may not be easily displayed and we are exploring ideas about how to let everyone have their say.  One idea is to assemble a catalog of creative works which would make a nice record of all our efforts.

As a start, I am soliciting digital images of works to share on this blog site.  The contributing artist will be credited if/when the image is used.  If you would like to be included in the blog, please email your image (jpg, no larger than 1 MB) to   and the following information; your name, title of the work(s) and this message; (copy and paste it into the email, then fill in your name)   I, (artist name)  grant Robin Peterson permission to post my work on the blog site. 
Images used on the blog are small (72 dpi) so there is little issue with plagiarism.  

Let us know if you are interested in a catalog, would you contribute?

1 comment:

Chris Bronstad said...

Wow; cool piliated! nice painting captured it beautifully Robin; looks like what I've been hearing in the woods; was there last evening again starting a new oil.