Thursday, February 3, 2011

"The Offering" juried into Greenhouse Gallery!

"The Offering" by Joan Breckwoldt
30"x24" oil on canvas

My painting "The Offering" has been accepted into the salon show at the Greenhouse Gallery in San Antonio, Texas. The juried exhibition is a project of the International Museum of Contemporary Masters. The judge this year is Daniel E. Greene and the show opens April 2nd. Yippee!!

14 comments:

Diane Hoeptner (hep-ner) said...

I am SO freaking thrilled for you, my friend!! The artists who were accepted into that show are so amazing and you are one of them!!! WOOHOO!!! Very, very happy for you.

Joan Breckwoldt said...

Diane, thank you so much! Today is a really good day!
Joan

Denise Rose said...

So exciting! I am so proud of you! I have had several friends post today on facebook of their paintings being accepted and it is so cool! Well deserved!

Linda Popple said...

A BIG CONGRATULATIONS!! Well deserved! And I LOVE this painting!! :-)

Nancy Van Blaricom said...

Isn't that awesome!!! I bet you are on cloud nine. Congratulations ... this is a beautiful painting.

Sarah Hazel said...

Woohoo! So proud of you! Congratulations!

loriann said...

A much deserved congratulations! This painting is a beauty, people will stand in awe. Best wishes in the show.

Joan Breckwoldt said...

Denise, Linda, Nancy, Sarah and Loriann,
Thank you very much for your congratulations and all your kind words! Still on Cloud 9 here, probably won't be able to sleep tonight! ;)
Joan

Marian Fortunati said...

I am totally NOT surprised. That painting is one I really love and I'm sure the jury did too.
CONGRATULATIONS!!!

Sharon Hodges said...

Joan, 'Beautiful painting, really stunning and elegant. We have not met, but I am thrilled to see one of our members in that prestigious show. Congratulations, and good for you! I look forward to seeing your work in San Antonio!

shirley fachilla said...

Congratulations as well. It is a lovely painting. Hope you get to meet Daniel Greene.
I really like the palette you have for your plein air work very subtle, both moody and real.

Marie Theron said...

Congratulations, Joan. It is a calm portrait with an everlasting appeal!

Pam Holnback said...

Congratulations! I'm thrilled for you!

Sheila Vaughan said...

Congratulations Joan, it's a really lovely painting, just perfectly peaceful but rich and resonant of some inner contemplation.