Hello everyone! There is lots to report today. I’m pleased to announce my solo exhibit, “Fabric Fueled – the Supercharged Quilts of Brian Clements” at the Orphanage in Yuma, Colorado.
If you’ve not experienced the Orphanage yet, it is a car museum and event space that recently opened up in Yuma. My good friends, Rich Birnie and Ron Wenger have a passion for vintage… cars, furniture, rugs, etc. The Orphanage is a perfect showcase of their collection of orphaned cars — meaning that the make and/or model of car is no longer being produced. There are currently seven cars and two motorbikes on display. For more information on the Orphanage, I suggest you go to their website
The quilts are all hung, and ready for the opening artists reception, this Saturday, June 1, 2019 at the Orphanage, located at 300 S. Main Street in Yuma.
I’ll post some photos later of the quilts, but until the show, I’m going to keep them “undercover”… and yes that was a pun intended.
The artist’s reception runs from 3:00p.m. until 7:00pm on Saturday, June 1. You’ll be among the first to see the exhibit, and enjoy socializing with friends and neighbors. Snacks to nibble, and sips to savor will be provided. Feel free to come and go as you please, but I’d really love to see you there, and I can tell you more about some of the works that I’ve put on display.
If you simply cannot make the party, I’d still encourage you to visit the Orphanage during the month of June, as the display remains through June 30th.