Showing posts from April, 2011

Today in Free-Spirited Art Class

Today we experimented with oil pastels in Free-Spirited art making.
Join us every last Saturday of each month, Red Dot Gallery, 9 to 11 am.

Creating the New Century

Marilyn Minter, Bloodshot, 2007
An image of one of my paintings is included in the exhibition catalogue for
Creating the New Century, a special exhibition organized by The Dayton Art Institute, featuring 70 paintings, drawings, and sculptures - all created since the year 2000 - from the Dicke collection. Sixty-nine artists are represented by works that document the range of styles and technical concerns, as well as social and political issues, that engage artists in the 21st century. While many works are by well-known painters and sculptors who have participated in museum and gallery exhibitions and received reviews in arts periodicals, others are less well known in a selection characterized by the curiosity and tastes of the collector.
Dayton Institute of Art

Easter on the Bay

After the museum opening Scott and I are having a peaceful Easter weekend on the water.

The Prominence of Place

The Prominence of Place, my exhibit at the Mobile Museum of Art, opened last night, and will run through August 28, 2011.
Lectures, gallery tours, and other events are scheduled for July.
After five years of making this body of work, it's good to see them all together with good lighting.
If interested, there are several posts on this blog describing these works as a group and individually.

My Art Museum Exhibit

Five Years in the Making
Prominence of Place an exhibit of the work of
Dori DeCamillis
at the Mobile Museum of Art April 21, 2011 through August 28, 2011
Member Opening Thursday April 21, 2011 The Grand Lakefront Lobby 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Events, Gallery Tours and Artist Talk scheduled in July
Link to Mobile Museum of Art
For more info see or call (205) 870-7608