Photos from last night’s “On Display” opening at Storefront Gallery

You know you’ve made it in the New York art world when James Kalm (aka Loren Munk) of The Kalm Report shows up to your opening and asks you some on-camera questions (pictured above).

It was a great night in general and in addition to all the participating artists (Sharon Butler, Joy Curtis and Cathy Nan Quinlan) and Storefront Gallery’s owners (Jason Andrew and Deborah Brown) there were tons of art bloggers, local art people, friends, art lovers and my amazing husband, Veken, in the mix. We set up a vodka shot table in the backroom and Sharon Butler was kind enough to paint the sign for the show on the front window — she did an awesome job — so all in all it was a successful night.

For those who may be interested, there are full-color exhibition catalogues available at the gallery for $5. I contributed an essay to the book and each of the artists wrote about their own work and process.

Check out more photos (including Butler’s sign) from the opening here.

Photo credit: Veken Gueyikian

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