Really enjoyed the opening reception, on Thursday, January 5th, 2017, in the Strathmore Mansion at the Strathmore Center for the Arts in North Bethesda. The show, “La Vie en Bleu” features the color blue, itself. The piece that juried in, is titled “Out of the Blue” The receptoin was wonderful and garnered quite the crowd! A phenomenal … Continue reading Strathmore Show : La Vie en Bleu
A while back, a friend stopped by and pointed out the importance of keeping some of by best work for myself. If everything goes away, you have nothing left representing your proudest creative moments. Very good point. Despite my attempt to pull out a few works here and there, I find now again a … Continue reading Take Five
Well, after a few years and a lot of drawing, much that was never posted, I’m finally having a drawing show. at the Lorton Workhouse Arts Center Studios, where I’ve been happily creating away. Busy working a massive visual musical project relating to the process of composing a symphonic work. I’m loving it and having … Continue reading Drawing Show!!!
As mentioned previously, I’m working on numerous projects right now. One of which is simple shapes. (http://brittconley.com/2012/03/05/mobius-stripped/) They counter the mental haul I’m having to endure over my big project and allow me to explore the purity of shape for shapes sake as opposed to how I’m using it in the larger project. For a long … Continue reading In and of Itself
I drew these for my Mom back in May. She was going through a rough time. Well she is again and thus I am posting them again. She deserves all the flowers she can get. She was rushed to the emergency room today. After a couple of hours I was finally patched through to … Continue reading Hello!
After spending the day traipsing around the National Portrait Gallery with fellow artist Sandra Colquitt looking for all the Sargents and Cecilia Beaux works we could find, we headed down the courtyard cafe with tired feet and a cup of tea in mind. While resting I managed to get a quick frame of two women doing … Continue reading National Portrait Gallery