In less than three hours I’ll be at Cherry Street Public House launching my latest abstract painting collection, View From The Top – Aerial Views of Imaginary Landscapes. The concept was inspired by images of landscape aerial views like those you find on Daily Overview and the many shapes, patterns, and terrain textures I’ve observed from airplane window seats. This month will be my first time to show my work during the First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square, so I’m excited to see what that’s like.
Drew was a total gem when it came to working with me to install the show. I haven’t really had to hang much of my own work so far, so it’s nice to have a handy husband who can play art assistant for the night! (P.S. Warning to Drew – that curved staircase in the downtown Seattle Anthropologie is going to be rough, but we have until May to get prepared!)
Here is a look at the ten original abstract paintings that will be on display at the venue through December 1st. All of the paintings are acrylic on panel, and a few include oil pastel and pencil mark making. I’m really proud of how the collection turned out!
I hope to see some of you there tonight! If you’re not in Seattle, find me on Instagram to see more from opening night.
View From The Top – Aerial Views of Imaginary Landscapes
New original abstract landscape paintings by Melanie Biehle
Cherry Street Public House in Seattle
Art opening and artist reception November 2, 2017 from 5 to 7 PM
Show runs through December 1st (my birthday!)
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