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Host Hullabaloo 2011 Opens Today!

#Host Hullabaloo – 2011, opens today

March 1, 2011

Host Hullabaloo is an exhibition featuring RedBubble’s Solo Exhibition group members who volunteer to host and co-host RedBubble groups. Each exhibition participant has their own gallery, showcasing art they selected and organized for the event. At the top of each gallery is a “feature” table, with thumbnails of images they will “hang” in full scale. Peruse the comments to see these works, and read what others have to say about them. All artists welcome your comments, notes, and encouragement of their work.

Small versions of the Gallery images may be posted by visitors, to let the artist know what you like from their collection. However, these must be no larger than 300×300 (Medium size Feature), so as not to compete with the Artists’ hanging of their own respective works, in the space.

As of opening day, about 40 artists and photographers have set up their galleries, and are in various states of construction. See the galleries of Host Hullabaloo

Opening Day Highlights and FeaturesMarch 1, 2011

Apples and Cherry…
by Leslie Gustafson
Folk Art Melon
by Janis Zroback
still lIfe, dog &…
by maria paterson
Bamboo #1
by coppertrees
Rivers of belief
by liesbeth
A different road …
by ChrisArmytage
the echo of better…
by Fiery-Fire
A Little Bit of Bush
by Geraldine (Gezza)…
The Bowl
by Lucinda Walter
Face Tattoos
by Kimba Vetten
Grass Crystals
by Corri Gryting…
Altar, Canterbury…
by Bob Culshaw

Featured artists on opening day:
From row 1
  1. Leslie Gustafson’s painting, Apples and Cherry Blossoms, from the Leslie Gustafson Gallery
  2. Janis Zroback’s painting, Folk Art Melon, from Janis Zroback’s Gallery
  3. Maria Paterson’s painting, still lIfe, dog & maiden, from the Maria Paterson Gallery
  4. Vickie Bodie’s painting, Bamboo #1, from the Coppertrees Gallery (V.Bodie) Gallery
  5. Liesbeth Vaes’s encaustic painting, Rivers of belief, from the Liesbeth Vaes Gallery
  6. Chris Armytage’s digital landscape, A different road …, from the Chris Armytage Gallery

From row 2

  7. Fiery Fire’s fractal, the echo of better days, from the Fiery-Fire Gallery
  8. Geraldine Maddrell’s digital painting, A Little Bit of Bush, from Geraldine (Gezza) Maddrell’s Gallery
  9. Lucinda Walter’s photograph, The Bowl, from the Lucinda Walter (gvazdesigns) Gallery
10. Kimba Vetten’s photograph, Face Tattoos, from the Kimba Vetten Gallery
11. Corri Gryting Gutzman’s, photograph, Grass Crystals, from the Corri Gryting Gutzman Gallery
12. Bob Culshaw’s Altar, Canterbury Cathedral, Kent, England, from the Bob Culshaw Gallery

Comments

  • ArtLacoque
    ArtLacoqueover 3 years ago

    Fantastic choices here to see, congratulation to all the artists and yes, much to do the next days to get to know all the galleries behind those fine features.
    Frannie you present brilliant art in a just as brilliant way.

    Ruth

  • You are so sweet, Ruth. Wow. There’s a lot of good art in Hullabaloo. It’s hard to do anything but sit there all day and comment on the work. :)

    – F.A. Moore

  • coppertrees
    coppertreesover 3 years ago

    Thank so very much Frannie and Congratulations to all the Artists. Great galleries a must to see.

  • You are very welcome, Vickie. I’ve long enjoyed this piece. Congrats on your gallery!

    – F.A. Moore

  • RickGeorge
    RickGeorgeover 3 years ago

    Looking forward to viewing these fine collections when I get home from work tonight….hats off to you once again for bringing light these fine artist Frannie!

  • Rick, you are a constant supply of goodwill and encouragement. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate that. Thank you. :D

    – F.A. Moore

  • liesbeth
    liesbethover 3 years ago

    Several beautifull galleries allready seen and some i still have to visit..what a wonderfull gathering..congratulations to all!

  • And to YOU! :D

    – F.A. Moore

  • WesternArt
    WesternArtover 3 years ago

    Fantastic work in organising such an amazing showcase for artists. Terrific choices of artists to feature.
    Looking forward to coming back and forward to look at and comment on the wonderful work in these galleries.
    Rosemaree

  • Wonderful to hear, Rosemaree. These hosts’ respective creative time often takes a back seat to what they feel are their responsibilities to a sizeable group. Hosting is a great, voluntary gift. This is just a token of appreciation. And how exciting to see the art from some of our fine RedBubble hosts.

    – F.A. Moore

  • Dwarkan
    Dwarkanover 3 years ago

    Great idea Frannie…a beautiful tribute to these talented artist who devote so much time to their fellow redbubblers !!!

  • Chris Armytage™
    Chris Armytage™over 3 years ago

    Delighted thanks Frannie, and congratulations to all artists!

  • WesternArt
    WesternArtover 3 years ago

    Absolutely. It takes a lot of work to host but is also such a great opportunity to help artists showcase their work. I greatly enjoy the groups I host, and I am lucky that my wonderful friend, Kristina supports me in those groups. But hosting also brings great wonder as you see new artist add their work and become more confident and artists who have used bubble longer become more adventurous. I know that I have certainly changed as an artist over the three and a half years I have been here on RB, always evolving and learning from others.
    Keep up the terrific work.
    Rosemaree