• Pat Fleming

Good news

Well it finally happened. If this works out this will be best day in a very long time. Julia from Keewaydin Community Center responded to my email and told me we can hang someone else's art on their wall. I have been hanging there for 4 months because the manager is a past student of mine and knows me and we shook hands that I would not hold the city responsible for any damage to my paintings. I emailed Greg Ashby and his art is hanging on their walls. What an indictment that his display of 4 paintings is the second largest publicly supported art exhibit in the Tri Cities area which has 300,000 people. After First Thursday November, if they will let me, I will invite Bill Hermanns. I told Julia that I would volunteer to curate this as a volunteer but it is up to them. They will probably want someone else. Wish me luck.

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