Mush, Mush, The Sloping Midnight Line
I’m very happy to say that I’m currently exhibiting new paintings at Nationale in Portland. I’m also happy to say that I’m sharing the space with Midori Hirose, whose work I love. The name of our show is Mush, Mush, The Sloping Midnight Line. “What in the hell,” you ask, “does that mean? What is this all about?” I’m not sure but it has something to do with the way that Kristin Lavransdatter (an epic novel set in medieval Norway that I was reading for like a year), being pregnant and the inevitable introspection that goes along with that (I’m pregnant by the way), and being a night owl combined in my insomnia-addled brain.
If you’d like to read a more eloquent description written by someone else and find out pertinent info about the show, you can do so here. We’re having an opening tomorrow from 6:00 – 8:00 and would love to see you if you’re in the neighborhood (811 E Burnside). If you’re not, but you’d like to see the show online, you can email May at Nationale for a preview or look at it here on The Morning News. Thanks!