IMAGE: Thanks again to the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Facebook Page, for this image.
If you’re in the vicinity of Hartsville, SC between April 2 and May 29, please stop by the Black Creek Arts Council’s gallery. My Nine-Part Herbal Fantasy-Light Cycle has been accepted into their annual juried exhibition.
|Here’s a photo of the Black Creek Arts Council’s exterior.|
I’ve never been to Hartsville or the Arts Council Gallery in person, but the photos I’ve been able to find online show a historic building with a beautiful, spacious gallery.
|This image shows an opening event in the Gallery.|
The Arts Council‘s building is located at 116 W. College Avenue in Hartsville. The Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, April 9, 2015.
|My artwork Nine-Part Herbal Fantasy-Light Cycle is going to South Carolina.|
I deeply appreciate the efforts of the Black Creek Arts Council‘s organizers, and the outstanding good taste of Juror Frank McCauley! If you are in South Carolina during April and May, I hope you’ll see the show!
IMAGES: Many thanks to the Black Creek Arts Council, for their logo and the interior gallery image. I am grateful to the Artisans of the South Carolina Cotton Trail for the exterior image of the Arts Council’s building. Nine-Part Herbal Fantasy-Light Cycle is my own original artwork, but you may use it online if you do not alter the image, attribute it to me, and provide a link back to this blog.
I suspect we could say this of actors, too.
IMAGE: Many thanks for this image, to that inexhaustible fount of resources, Word Porn’s Facebook Page!
IMAGE: Many thanks to Kristen Lamb’s Blog for this one!
I choose the latter option. Makes everything better!
IMAGE: Many, many thanks to the Word Readers Facebook page, for this image with the quote.
We also should remember that people literally would not be where we are today if it hadn’t been for our teaming up with dogs in prehistory. They enabled us to hunt better, herd better, and do many other things better. Dogs continue to make our lives better, still today.
So give your best friend a walk and a hug, and show your gratitude by doing something to support animal welfare–especially the welfare of our canine veterans.
IMAGE: Many thanks to the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Facebook Page, for this image.