26 October, 2007

Virtual Event - Bump!






The need for a virtual hanging struck me. Enjoy. All works soft pastel, originals by Casey Klahn.

For those who have seen this post back in July, bear with me as I use this display again for reference.

15 comments:

Angela said...

I'm so glad that the need for a virtual hanging struck you Casey. These are all wonderful. I've seen some of them but shoot... you can't ever get tired of seeing your works. There all outstanding! I hope that you have time to put aside for yourself. Glad that you found it in your heart to show us these wonderful creations. :)
*HUGS*

Martha Marshall said...

What a nice idea, Casey. I love seeing all of these together.

William Lehman said...

Hey, I love your virtual gallery idea. I also mentioned and showed some of your work in a new podcast that I did this week.

Hope all is well with you.

Karen said...

Lovely Work, Casey.

Casey Klahn said...

Thanks and welcome to Karen Winter. I looked all over your blog but couldn't find where you live. I like the layout there, and it looks like a blog that is part of a website service, so the essentials are on both sides in columns, and in small print. I like that a lot, but the about me needs more about you - see how they do it here at blogspot, which is a bit "crackerjack", but it gives a photo and (if the user writes it down) a location.
Great to have you reading here!
William, its too bad I don't know how to pick up a podcast. Is it the same thing to stream it on my computer? When I hear the word "pod", I think of "Open the pod bay door, HAL". Old farts will nod their heads, now. Youngsters will scratch their heads.
Angela, of course you are my long-time reader! New people haven't seen these works. Hey, I do have that one new blue work there. Except I showed it the other day, didn't I? Oh, well. A gallery is looking in on my blog, and I felt the need to put some of my signature stuff on top, and the off-target stuff deeper down.
Thanks again, Martha. Someday I'll figure out your trick of "hanging" them in a grouping with Photoshop. I love how your work looks together when you do that.

Meg said...

Great idea! The only drawback to a virtual show is that I can't see them all at once. I'm going to use these to help me with my essay!

Casey Klahn said...

Thanks, Meg!

Robin Neudorfer said...

Lovely gallery, so nice to see them all together. Quite a treat.

Casey Klahn said...

Thanks, Robin.

For those of you who haven't figured it out, I post these virtual groupings whenever I know that a gallery will be looking in. It is easier than telling them to click on "My Pastels".

Natalya said...

these are stunning! My first time on your blog and what a visual treat, thank you!

Casey Klahn said...

Thanks, Natalya!

Jafabrit said...

That was cool I really enjoyed it, and what a great idea.

Casey Klahn said...

Thank you, Corrine!

bob cornelis said...

Very impressive body of work - having done a fair amount of pastels in my past, I have a real appreciation for someone who can use them to their full effect as you do! Such pure, rich colors. No other medium really can compete on that front!

I miss pastels but don't have a space to use them now. Focusing on other mediums. Thanks for sharing these - I will subscirbe to your blog so I can keep up to date with what you're doing.

Casey Klahn said...

Glad to meet you, Bob, and thanks. I like your new blog very much, and encourage everyone to have a look at it.

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