A big thank you to everyone who came downtown for the opening reception of Wood & Wax 2018!
That was one of the best attended openings we’ve had since we started 1+1=1 Gallery. Just. Wow! What a great way to celebrate our 5th anniversary as a gallery — and to proudly show off the work of the seven encaustic and woodworking artists in the exhibit. We are so glad and so lucky to have the support of many members of the Helena community. Thanks again to you all!
Whether you were able to come in person to the opening night, or sometime before November 24th, when this show comes down, you are welcome to check out the exhibit pieces in our online catalog. If you are interested in a piece (or more than one) please click the “inquire” button by that piece and ask any question, on the note that pops up. We’ll get right back to you. We are happy to make flexible payment arrangements, and we ship just about anywhere. Thank you for your support.
Introducing our online catalog for Wood & Wax 2018:
As we try to do after every opening, we are posting some photos from the evening festivities:
Thank you to everyone who came out for the Wood & Wax opening reception on October 6th. It was hugely successful and we are grateful for your support of our artists and the gallery.
Featured artists in Wood & Wax are John Andrew (burl bowls and bowls turned of Helena trees) Tim J Carney (contemporary fine furniture) Joyce Watts Coolidge (encaustic sculptures) Dan McArdle (carved wood relief sculptures) and Darla Myers (encaustic paintings)
Wood & Wax runs from October 6 through November 14. If you didn’t make it to the opening, there is still time to see this fabulous exhibit as we have curated it. Stop by anytime during gallery hours Tuesday through Friday 10 to 6 and Saturdays 10 to 5pm. Our opening receptions are always fun, festive and lively — and usually very educational. When the gallery is quiet on other days, visitors often have deeper experiences to the art — for sure it’s easier to step back and see the larger pieces when you are alone or with a much smaller group. Hope to see you downtown at the gallery in the next few weeks.