Just an FYI: I didn’t die



Everyone knows that the way an artist truly gets the most recognition is by someone discovering the greatness of their work after they die. Museums and galleries love to exhibit the work of all of the great deceased artists. So is the case with the Saratoga Springs New York History Museum whose multi-faceted exhibits include historical  art and artifacts to educate its viewers about the rich history of Saratoga Springs, NY. This winter however, the curator decided to take a different tact and featured its first  living contemporary artist — me. The show, which features 30 of my landscapes opened on February 12th and will run through March 27th. So if you happen to be in the area, I would love to have you stop by. And just for the record, in case anyone is wondering,  I didn’t die. I am still very much alive and kicking. ~Rita

For a glimpse of the show click on:


16 thoughts on “Just an FYI: I didn’t die

  1. Hey Rita – Just read this post – what an honor to be selected for a solo exhibit at the Museum! Have a brother up in Gloversville – and was just up in Utica this past weekend – wish I’d read your post sooner – would have made a side trip to see your show… Congrats!

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