We're off again, this time to one of the largest Mopar shows in this end of the country, the All-Chrylser Nationals in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. This time we are exhibiting Michael's work, as opposed to just having fun! Although I must admit, I generally have fun at a car show .... rain or shine, it's always an adventure. Plus, both Michael and I enjoy meeting our clientele face to face and there's never a shortage of "car stories" to share.
For those of you that came by to see us last year (our first time at the Nationals), please note that we have moved up, so to speak. We are now located at J93-95. It'll be the first time we show Michael's stunning new Cuda painting, "Feeding Frenzy." And stunning it is. Even after all these years (we've been together for almost 2 decades) I am still amazed by his talent and commitment to his craft. He's continually pushing himself to make each piece more challenging than it's predecessors.
What I'm sure will soon be coined the "perfect E-body Cuda painting," the colors in "Feeding Frenzy" are a true tribute to those wild Mopar/Plymouth colors of the 70s. As far as reflections go, well Michael's really outdone himself this time. Check out the chrome tanker truck! Fittingly, this is the 4th painting in his 'Reflections of Mopower Series.' (The series includes: Six Pack Salute, Opens At Eight, B-Movie Night).
If you're in the Carlisle, stop by and see us. In the mean time, here's a quote I came across ... I'd only add "and there's a car show within driving distance!" LOL. Have a wonderful weekend. - Linda
A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is blowing, the birds are singing, and the lawn mower is broken. ~James Dent