getting close

the cacti grow while we shrink away

the cacti grow while we shrink away

We are bound by the confines of time… the one thing that, so far, we haven’t managed to stop, slow down or reverse. The cactus here in Arizona are sprouting and blooming before the inevitable heat wave hits and the citizens of Phoenix hibernate indoors until September or October. We’re trying to make the most of these last cooler, breezy days where the temperature only tops out at 90 and not 115.

What I really mean to say is that, already, the Comfort Zones show is coming to a close this week but not before a few events to give you a last chance to come see it!

Thursday, April 18, 5:30p-7:30p

Starting on Thursday, Comfort Zones will be open as part of the monthly Get Your Phx event from 5:30pm-7:30pm. This month’s theme is Grand Openings on Grand and will feature food and beverages at (9)The Gallery, a glass blowing demonstration, special hours for Bragg’s Factory Diner, and of course a chance to see the Comfort Zones show where I can barrage visitors with information on all the artwork, all the references leading up to it, why I’m interested in the subject to begin with, what my favorite color is and why I keep dreaming about tornados. Go ahead and ask.

You can RSVP to the event on Facebook here.

my table welcomes you

my table welcomes you

Friday, April 19, 6p-10p

For those who can’t stand the First Friday crowds, we will be open for Third Friday. This may be your last Friday night art walk that doesn’t involve mass amounts of sweating and searching for that next bottle of water. Also, Mathias Kessler’s projection Timeline looks the best at night.

Saturday, April 20, 1p-4p

Literally your LAST CHANCE to see Comfort Zones! I would love to see you there since spending too much time alone in the art space begins to render me incapable of intelligible conversation.


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