The air at Tibet House was charged with excitement and curiosity as tall fashion models did their walk in Zorikto’s hyperbolic fashion selections among admiring crowds.
Exhibit turned out to be an exotic experience. We made introductions among art circles of Gallery Khankhalaev of Moscow and New York, this sort of event one could only dream of during the Cuban missle crisis of the ’60’s. May world peace reign strong throughout! Photography by Charles Wildbank
Further uptown, we beamed up at Spanierman-Modern Gallery where we attend another opening reception in honor of artist Clifford Smith
Tall-standing artist Clifford Smith was easy to single out in the mobbed crowd at Spanierman-Modern gallery last night. Clifford could not agree more with my comment that the sea is a wonderful means of expression being the surface of our emotions.
We are greeted by vivacious Long Island artist Eileen Hickey-Hulme who had us convinced there are no bounds to what media an artist can choose! Armed with nail polish, lipstick, eye shadow and various other unconventional media, artist Eileen Hickey-Hulme creates her pearlescent, abstract images often juxtaposing images of power with those of fragility.
Mary and I noticed the highly charged spirit in the air as we concluded our big evening in the town. Colors are cheerful in tandem to our new presidency. There is definitely hope and fulfillment in the air. We returned home to our Long Island retreat back to our studios (art and yoga studios) feeling truly refreshed.