“Back Door Alley” and Denver Plein Air Exhibit

Back Door Alley (sold)
12″ x 12″
oil on canvas
© 2010 Tracy Wall

I am honored to have this painting accepted into the 2010 Denver Plein Air Exhibition at the Denver Public Library’s main branch in downtown Denver.  (See “Now Showing…” tab for more details)  The exhibit runs November 10 – December 31, with opening reception on Tuesday, November 9th from 5:00 – 8:00 pm.

“During the months of August and September, more than 100 artists painted in Denver’s beautiful Golden Triangle and downtown areas. Three hundred pieces were submitted for a juried competition and 120 were selected by judges for the exhibition.

“En plein air is a French expression that means, “in the open air” and is used to describe artwork that is made directly from life outdoors, not in a studio. Now in its fourth year, the DPAAF is the largest urban plein air festival in the country.”  — gtmd.org website

This has always been an exceptional show, and again I’m honored to have been included.  You may preview the exhibit:  http://gtmd.org/companyinfo.aspx?companyid=58 .

Join us at the opening reception on Tuesday (I’ll be there for the 2nd half) or stop by anytime until the end of the year to see this wonderful show!

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About Tracy Wall

I'm an artist and massage therapist living in Denver, Colorado.
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4 Responses to “Back Door Alley” and Denver Plein Air Exhibit

  1. Kimberly says:

    Beautifully painted. Congratulations!

  2. joy Schultz says:

    Way to go Miss Tracy! I love it….esp the reds and purple relationship and subject matter and original composition/viewpoint! I might try to get to the reception….

  3. Tracy says:

    Thank you both!
    Yes, Joy, if you have a chance stop down. I won’t be there until 6 or so, but the show is up for the remainder of 2010.

  4. naturalexpression says:

    Congrats on getting accepted into the exhibition, it’s a gorgeous painting. I especially luv the purple shadows!

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