Wednesday, September 22, 2010

New 2011 Workshop!


OK, here they are in their sweet little tabernacle frames. They really ought to be switched around to be hung, but you get the idea.

I am really pleased to announce I'll be teaching a five day workshop in Taos, New Mexico next fall, September 19-23, 2011. The class will be held in a beautiful private home with two spacious studios that can accommodate up to ten students. You can go here for more information or to register. This is going to be fun!

7 comments:

Caroline said...

Deborah the frames are really beautiful, I have never seen anything quite like these before. I would be interested in hearing about this style of framing. The frames suit your paintings perfectly. I always say that framing is terribly important it can bring a painting to life or diminish it completely. Wonderful paintings.

Deborah Paris said...

Hi Caroline-thank you! If you go to the sidebar on my blog and under labels click on Tabernacle frame you'll be taken to a post I did about where this style originated.

Marilyn said...

I agree with Caroline, the tabernacle frame features your work beautifully.

Lynne E. Windsor said...

I also agree Deborah.. .must try some one of these days.. very nice, paintings aren't bad either!!!!

loriann said...

I agree with everyone Your work looks lovely in the tabernacle frames No surprise since the paintings gorgeous.
The workshop sounds wonderful! Wish I could go.

Steve sculpts critters said...

Great stuff!
And love the frames.
And love Taos too, of course!

Caroline said...

Thank you Deborah it is so interesting to read about how the 'little house' came along historically. I have seen them on religious paintings though the frames are old and faded now. I think they suit your work very well.