Thursday, March 01, 2012

HARBINGER Art Gallery Opening!

Faye's Red-stained Hands - acrylic on wood  
As part of my friend, Sara Wilson Etienne's, book launch she asked 25 artists and illustrators to create artwork inspired by Harbinger, her incredible debut novel. This Saturday, March 3rd there will be an opening at Hive Gallery in LA where all these works will be displayed.


I was quite excited to be asked to participate. I met Sara at my first big SCBWI conference in NY a few years ago. At the Summer conference last year she gave me an advanced copy of her book, and a project brief. Harbinger weaves intriguing mysteries, and I wanted to create a piece focusing on one of those quandaries. I enjoyed playing with textures and patterns for this painting. It's been wonderful watching everyone's pieces go up in the Holbrook Academy sketchbook, and it's been so fun celebrating Sara's success!

Sara also interviewed me over on her site here.

See the Harbinger book trailer here.

For those able to make it to LA this weekend:
The Hive Gallery and Studios
729 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CA
 
• 6pm-8pm: Book selling and signing; pre-gallery opening hang-outs; and FREE ENTRY
• Starting at 8pm: COVER CHARGE of $8, music, bar, partytime!


7 comments:

Shirley said...

Wow..this is GORGEOUS, Angela! How awesome!! Wishing the her launch and gallery opening a smashing success. Always love visiting you and seeing your fabulous work!

Guiomar González said...

Oh wonderful piece! Congratulations :)

Jill Bergman said...

A beautiful, lovely, and moody painting Angela! How neat to be included in a project like this. I'll go check out the links you shared!

Bella Sinclair said...

Yowza, Angela, that is gorgeous! It must have been a challenge to work mostly with reds, but you did a bang-up job!!!! Amazing and beautiful. And I love that photo! Congratulations on the exhibit!!!

TinyRed said...

Beautiful!

Karen Sagovac said...

This is a gorgeous painting! Congratulations on being chosen and the exhibition too :)

Angela Matteson said...

Thank you so much everyone!