back Sandler-Hudson Gallery, Newtrient © 2000 Tom Ferguson
This was an exhibit in Sandler-Hudson's small space when they
were on Peachtree near Collier Road. There was also a 4' square
painting, Big Little Red Bike, appropriated from daughter & bought
by King-Spalding, a prominent Atlanta law firm viewable at http://www.thinkspeak.net/kids/bike.html
but use your back button to return here (also you can see it when you
get to the Appropriated Children's Drawing category). The notebooks
on the right of the top pic: the bottom one, pages of drawing/painting
collaborations with my daughter. I did drawings
& she colored them. The top book is a collection of drawings I did
at a clerical job where I would sometimes have to make multi-copies of
document. I'd do the drawings while waiting for the run to finish.
There is further discussion of these works at the category Found
Objects & Appropriated Children's drawings. Note once again, the
apple jug editions.
Catherine Fox did a write-up on the show for the AJC (4/21/00), calling it a "Fine and colorful comeback"
including 3 photos and the compliment of being aware of the development of my paintings since 1984. Her title refers
to the fact that I hadn't been exhibiting much since 1992, preoccupied as I was with songwriting and political cartoons.