My daughter Becky and I had another beautiful drive out to Ohio and back, this time for my show with Gallery Art Center in Columbus. It is always a joy to be with the Borloglou-Campbell-Vatsures family, owners of Gallery Art Center. We had a wonderful show and a great time together.
Brent Bailey, on the far right, is a special friend of the Gallery Art Center family, and he invited us all to his house after the show Friday night for a get-together. His home is gorgeous! Pictured with us are his aunt and uncle. It was his aunt’s birthday.
With the Gallery Art Center family for dinner after Friday’s show. Front row, going down, from L. to R.: Brent Bailey, my daughter Becky Ghezzi, and co-owner Mary Borloglou. Back row, going down, from L. to R.: co-owner Steve Campbell, co-owner Peter Vatsures, staff member Virginia Carvour, co-owner Suzi Campbell, and me.
Wayne & Lisa McMullen are the proud owners of the original painting Legends in the Fall. Lisa is the sister of Tami Buchwalter, whose husband Scott is a former member of the P. Buckley Moss Society’s Board of Directors.
This Friday afternoon, I’ll be participating in a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Taubman Museum in Roanoke, Virginia, to mark the opening of their new Special Exhibition Gallery. The first show in their new gallery space will be a Norman Rockwell exhibition, which will open at the end of March. This Saturday and Sunday, I’ll be signing for collectors at my gallery at 223 Gilbert Street in Blacksburg, Virginia. Christmas is almost here!
P. Buckley Moss Galleries, Ltd., my publishing company and distribution center in Mathews, Virginia, which also serves as the office of the P. Buckley Moss Society, will close at 2:00 p.m. on Christmas Eve and reopen at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, December 28.