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Thank you for visiting the webpage for Portland, Oregon artist Kurt Merrifield Dahlke. Have a look around and don’t hesitate to contact the artist with any questions.
“Gorgeous … Incredible!” – Daniel Stamm, director of ‘The Last Exorcism’ and ’13 Sins’
Hello Fine Friends!
There are a bunch of paintings hanging in the Heritage Room at Bridgeport Brew Pub, (1313 NW Marshall Street, Portland Oregon) and rumor has it that they are mine.
Come join me Sunday July 12th from 3 – 5PM for an open house showing! Drinks will be available for purchase in the Heritage Room! You can also eat before or after in the Brew Pub. (No food allowed in the Heritage Room during the open house, however.)
I’d love to see you there!
Long time since my last post. Been busy with other life projects, but now it’s back to art. Heading down to frame up a bunch of new pieces to hang at the Bridgeport Brewpub Banquet room for a 3 – 4 month stay! I will post pictures and any other information as I am able!
Finally picked out the piece I’m going to throw to the jury for the Cascade Aids Project auction. It was a tough choice, somewhat reluctant to let the very best go, but it’s never a bad idea to put your best foot forward! I think I picked a good one that shows where my work is going.
It has changed a bit since this photo was taken. Yeah, I never stop working on a painting. Sometimes even after its gone to a new home. :)
That is all …
Well, it is almost St. Suckenstein’s Day, or what I call The Big Lie. Meh, whatever, I love myself, a little bit. And I still have getting my laundry out of the dryer to look forward to! But seriously, this was the week to make a schedule and do a bit of everything every day. Haven’t quite got the art-making folded into things yet … but I am blogging, and that is what I am doing.
didn’t make it down to the studio yesterday, so the laundry is still there. Joys of being a bachelor I guess.
Question for the day: Why after over 20 years, do I still feel obliged to keep Columbia House in business?