Friday, February 19, 2010

Join in the last Horrah! (For this month)

Come join us for the last weekend of our show. We will be having special extended hours on Saturday in hopes that all of you who have not been able to view the exhibit yet will find the time. For those of you who have, come back and revisit the show and learn something new or discover a piece you may not have noticed last time.
Hours on Saturday are as follows: 1pm - 9pm.
Several of the artists will be making appearances as well. Come join the TBD for one last hoorah as our first show comes to a close!

So many of you may be asking: Hey, Meg? What's next for the TBD? Well, as the name suggests it's To Be Determined as well. We are aiming for a spring show in the April/May time frame. As things become more concrete I will inform you. If we can create what we did in three weeks I know given a bit more time we can do even more.
There will be a theme for the next show, but remember any theme can be taken in the broadest of aspects, and it is only to help give direction for those who may not have one.

If you are interested in joining please email me at

Happy painting, sculpting, printing, and creating!

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Gallery Times - This Weekend

This weekend the show will be open both Saturday and Sunday hours running from 1pm-5pm.
The address once again is 319 N. 11st.
****If you have a problem with entering, the code on the door is 319****

There will also be extended hours next Saturday, Feb 20, 2010 starting at 1 and going until about 9 o'clock that night. Many of the artists will be present as well!

Things are going really well with the exhibit and I have gotten a lot of positive feedback. I am aiming for another show to take place in April. I will provide more information and thw ideas regarding that show in the coming days. I am currently open to any ideas any of you may have.
Please email

Pictures from our first showing will be available on the blog shortly!

Saturday, February 6, 2010

#1: Thank You!!!

Well, she opened. It took four days to get the space ready, figure out how to light the pieces, paint the walls white and finally have enough confidence to say "yes, we are ready." And regardless of the weather, we were. There was a good response by those who attended, and I want to thank them for their interest and participation. To those who had to deal with me all week with the installation, thanks for being "Meg's bitch" for a couple of days as your hard work really paid off. I will post more pictures soon, but I currently just wanted to say "thank you."
For those who were unable to make it, no worries, the 20th (should the weather cooperate) will be a great time and you have a much better opportunity to come by and see the show. The gallery will be open during that time from 1pm onward. In the meantime the space will be closed due to a blizzard the rest of the weekend. I will post times for the space opening this coming weekend sometimes during the week.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

TBD... in more ways than one

Dear Everyone:
I understand the forecast snow plays a large factor in many of your choices to attend tomorrow's opening. While I cannot control mother nature, I can say the following:
I still plan to have it fully installed by tomorrow. That being said, I do plan on attending regardless of weather (but that's only because of who I am).
Should this turn into a blizzard and it disables many of you to attend this date I will throw out the following:
The show is open all month long. The hours will primarily be on the weekends (Friday, Saturday, and Sundays), and you can check the blog regarding hours
I will also open up the artists' reception to be held on Feb. 20th to everyone as a "contingency date." It is the Saturday following Valentine's weekend, it will be an afternoon reception but I will also extend exhibiting hours so more people have a chance view it during the day or night.
Thank you all for your continued interest in the TBA and as the show is being installed I know it is going to be a show that you will all be glad you've attended at some point in the month of February.