This coming Friday, January 21st at 6pm, I have an opening of my paintings at the hippest little cafe in Georgetown: Baked & Wired: 1052 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW 20007.*
Come at six for wine and cheeze or come a little later, when the Helen West Sax Quartet and the real madness begin to flow. I hope to see you there!
It's a three-week show, so even if you miss the opening (which is not to be missed!), be sure to drop by for my art, the baked and brewed delights of Tony and Theresa Velasquez (the super-hip owners), or a poetry reading or musical event in the not-too-distant future!
ALSO: I'll have four pieces in the Citizens Association of Georgetown show in Georgetown Park from Jan 27 to Jan 30....
AND: Up in Keene Valley, NY: The Great Range is turning over their walls to twenty-one of my Adirondack landscapes until I take them down in June.
*Thomas Jefferson Street runs south of M, down from the corner of Barnes & Noble, between 30th & 31st.
Awright Nuff Sed!
Edward "Bear" Miller