Saturday, April 30, 2011

chroma projects

This past week was spent  cleaning, painting, and furnishing my new studio/gallery space at Chroma Projects downtown Charlottesville. I am proud and excited to be part of this vibrant art gallery and its community of artists. Initially I will primarily use this space to show my current work and to meet prospective customers. Eventually I am hoping to create a working studio or at least a sacred place where I can quietly think up new ideas, away from the demands and distractions of my home studio.

I will be in place for First Friday, Charlottesville's gallery opening night, on May 6 from 5 - 8, and I would love to see you! The main gallery will show beautiful drawings by Beverly Ress,  paintings by Paula Christman, and the black box will feature the film The Alexander Veil by Lydia Moyer.

On a different note, my friend Lily pruned her Japanese maple tree this weekend. Guess who received the trimmings? I see a big dye pot brewing in the near future...


  1. Congratulations...that´s place looks so beautiful, and being part of a comunity of artists....
    And I imagine you, just enjoying a lot between so many new leaves...hahaha

  2. excellent! glad you have a new, independent of home space.

  3. Hi Lotta,

    This is wonderful news! Congrats! The space looks perfect for your work. I love the block wall with your pieces that feature grid patterns. Have a wonderful First Friday.....Gloria

  4. Wow, Lotta, this is great and it all looks fantastic! I am late to this post so I hope it all went well.

  5. I believe so strongly in sacred spaces and yours looks amazing! Congratulations!


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