It’s the last day to see the Love Letter, Love Letter exhibition in Middlesbrough tomorrow. If you’re in the area, pop in to see us at the We Are Open Pop Up Gallery on Linthorpe Road in Middlesbrough. Opening times are 10am to 5pm.
I’m susan kuester and I also have a piece in the show. I made this valentines piece for punky brewster and her dog in 1985. I was smitten with punky and I think I maybe even loved her dog more than her. I’m a crazed cat person now, so make sense of that. I remember wanting to mail it to her and having no idea where to mail it, so I just kept it and hoped she knew how much she meant to me.
Susan Kuester is an artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. When she is not playing the role of nanny, she is taking photos and looking for new adventures. She is a full-time lover of cats and ghosts.
What a great night last night was! Beautiful performances from Suzy Mangion and The Grete Bloch. Could not have asked for a better turn out and atmosphere. Thanks to everyone who attended and took part.
Love Letter, Love Letter exhibition is now open to the public until the 5th of March. It’s at the We Are Open Pop Up Gallery on Linthorpe Road (opposite the Crown, between Fatso’s sandwich shop & Lewis’ Cafe) Gallery opening times are: Monday - Saturday 10am-5pm apart from early close on Fridays at 3.30pm, closed Sundays.
If you’re keen to buy a catalogue of the show email email@example.com. We are working on shipping and prices and we’ll post the info very soon!
My name is Summer and I’m humbly submitting my ‘love letter’ for Bill Murray for your lovely blog.
Summer Anne Burton is a waitress at the original downtown Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, Texas, a not-very-good but very enthusiastic softball player for the BookPeople Filthy Animals of the Alternative Softball League, and a drawer of pictures — primarily of baseball players, her friends, and cute animals. She was ‘unschooled’ and self-taught from age nine on, and considers learning and teaching a lifetime endeavor, which will hopefully include finally finding out how to properly use her sewing machine sometime this year. She has a very nice boyfriend named Brian who taught her how to keep score at baseball games last year, a very clingy cat named Irwin Chance who she would like to teach how to use the toilet, and a cockatiel named Seymour Glass who she is currently trying to teach to whistle The Black Keys’ “Tighten Up.” She tumblrs at summeranne.tumblr.com and is drawing every member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame at everyhalloffamer.tumblr.com
Bill was drawn with Micron and Faber Castell pens and painted with Shinhan Premium Water Colors on 300 gram paper. Summer particularly enjoys his performances in Rushmore, Groundhog Day, and behind the bar at one of her favorite East Austin bars during SXSW last year.