I took a photo of the body of work. I've got twelve small paintings I'm putting on display and they are available for purchase, as well.The show is a "Holiday Bazaar" at the local community center, called BCP. Other Boquete artists, vendors, crafts people, etc will be showing as the idea is to kick off the Holiday Shopping Season with us! So, while technically, it's not a formal art show (that will come in February), it IS the first time anyone here sees my work.
And there's a good chance it will raise some eyebrows. From what I've seen here to date, the art here is very traditional: landscapes, flowers, local indigenous children -- representational stuff. Mine is not. I paint concepts, not people, places and things. So, like a said, I don't know if there's a local market for my type of art or not, but either way, we'll get a good idea of it one Friday, right? I'm really taking a risk, but what is life without a few risks and multiple shots of adrenalin that keep you up at night, eh?
Anyway, after the show I'll update y'all, and in the meantime, here's the photo of the 10 x 10" encaustic paintings I'll be showing: