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Giving Thanks

Robert E. Marx. The Red Bishop, 2009.
Oil on linen. 20 x 16 inches. On display now at the Davidson Gallery

As the month comes to a close it means a new rotation of gallery artists will open for the First Thursday Art Walk next week. Before it comes down I highly recommend the November show at the Davidson Gallery featuring the work of Robert Marx. His work is fantastic and has a compelling naive quality to it. My Second Nature show also closes this Saturday so if you planned on seeing the exhibition you only have a few days remaining to see the entire show. Some of my favorite pieces sold so when the show comes down the paintings will be gone to their new homes. For updates on the gallery check out the new Pacini Lubel Gallery Blog.

Robert E. Marx. Shaman, 1986. Oil on linen. 34 x 26 inches.

Living in a state of gratitude is not always easy but this time of year when we are reminded to give thanks I am counting my blessings. These are some of the things that I am celebrating this holiday: I am grateful for my loving family, my dear friends, a warm safe home and the freedom to follow my own path. My best wishes to you and your families for a wonderful, enriching Thanksgiving holiday.


Gaga said…
Thanks for sharing the beautiful Marx work.

Are are blessed, indeed, if we have the freedom to follow our own paths/passions.
layers said…
Marx has been one of my favorite artists for years-- thanks for reminding of his work.