Goodbye Coffee at The Point

Good morning everyone! I hope you all had an amazing weekend. I know mine was relaxing. My wife had just returned from a father/daughter vacation in Mexico, so we spent the weekend catching up. It was glorious!

As the title of this post suggests, I will be taking my work down from Coffee at The Point today. As always, it has been a great run. I want to thank Ryan and Donovan Cobbins for providing such a great space. I want to also thank the staff of Coffee at The Point for always being friendly and helpful. They would rearrange the space for me for our discussion panels and consistently check in to make sure me and my guests were comfortable.

I also want to thank Judith Weaver for being a great friend and excellent curator. She is the one who first encouraged me to show my work at Coffee at The Point back in 2014 with my Synesthesia series. Judy urged me to push myself with both the quality and quantity of my paintings and to make sure that I had my marketing messages organized and ready to go. Every time I work with her, I improve.

At the end of this month, I am on to the next location: the Blair Caldwell Library. I would like to continue holding panel discussions, though at a much slower rate than this last round. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what topics I should cover? So far we’ve done Women in the Arts, Women in STEM, Women in Literature and Women in Politics. I am open to suggestions and looking for speakers.

2 thoughts on “Goodbye Coffee at The Point

  1. Rissa says:

    How about a panel on our shero’s? All the women in our lives and in history that have inspired us with who they are and the work they do.

    • admin says:

      I love the idea. Is there anyone you wish to nominate? I want to get a solid list in the next couple weeks so that I can set dates for talks and send out press releases.

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