As many of you know, we recently moved to Bishop, CA. Our home is in the high desert of eastern California, nestled up against the High Sierra crest. I have plans to build a studio within the next year and I am eager to see what art develops. In the meantime we are thoroughly enjoying our new territory and are exploring the wonders and beauty of the region. Exposure to such incredible and majestic beauty will certainly lead to a new direction for my art. Stay tuned……
My encaustic painting “Humphrey’s Peak” will be included in a survey exhibit of art about the Grand Canyon from the 19th to the 21st century at the Museum of Northern Arizona, in Flagstaff.
There will be a reception on Nov. 18th.
November 19 – February 5, 2017
This exhibition conveys the power of Grand Canyon as a source of inspiration for artists and includes historical works from the Museum’s collection, artists-in-residence at Grand Canyon and artists considered to be modern masters.
The Project Room at Independent Project Press, in Bishop, CA, is pleased to present “The Sacredness of Open Spaces,” a selection of contemporary mixed media paintings by Bishop-based artist Rodney Thompson. Rodney Thompson’s “The Sacredness of Open Spaces” will be on view from Saturday, October 15th through Saturday, January 14th, 2017.
Please join us during our opening reception for the artist from 5 PM – 8 PM on Saturday, October 22nd, during the Downtown Bishop Chocolate Art Walk.
Gallery hours after the opening are from 11 AM – 3 PM on Saturdays, and by appointment during the week. Call or email if you wish to make an appointment, at 760.873.3600 or email@example.com.
The Project Room at Independent Project Press is located at 186-A Willow Street, just one block east of Main Street, in downtown Bishop.