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Art Exhibit;Delger–Smile, Laugh and Enjoy the Ride

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Blue House Too
934 Watters Creek Blvd
Allen, Texas 75013

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Painting professionally since 1990, Gail Delger works in all watermedia, mainly acrylic. The range of her work gives a glimpse of both her passion and talent as an artist and her sense of humor as an individual. She is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society, the Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Society, Western Federation of Watercolor Societies, Watercolor USA Honor Society and the Southwestern Watercolor Society. Her painting, “Full of Holes” was published in the book, Splash 9, The Best of Watercolor in 2006. Her two paintings, “Old Number 10” and “Chicken Sit” were included in the 2008 book Confident Color by Nita Leland. Her paintings, “The Bird Whisperer” and “Fish House” were included the 2016 book, Incite 4, The Best of Mixed Media.

Gail Delger: “I enjoy painting with acrylics and adding mixed media. My ideas come from my photos or sometimes a light bulb goes off in my head with an idea. I like to put whimsical things in my paintings, because I like to see people smile when they view my artwork. I love to create things that people haven’t seen before”

 

Exhibit Dates and Hours

Friday, October 20th through Sunday, November 12th, 2017
Wed – Fri: 1 pm – 5 pm
Saturdays: 1 pm – 9 pm
Sundays: 1 pm – 6 pm

 

All events are free of charge and everybody are welcome.


Blue House Too is an art gallery, and event venue, managed and operated by the Allen Arts Alliance. As a part of the Allen Arts Alliance, Blue House Too shares the Alliance’s mission to promote and nurture the arts in our community. Blue House Too functions primarily as an art gallery throughout the year hosting exhibits by local artists and art students. We also host art classes and other events such as poetry slams, music nights etc.. The space is available for rent for private events and special arrangements. - Contact Oddrun at