Art Show Tonight

Maggie is having an art show tonight featuring over 35 of her paintings, both new and old (some she just painted this weekend.) Friends have also donated art for the show. Many of the paintings and artwork will be available for purchase via silent auction.  See the flyer here.The show is at 4800 Burnet Road, Suite 420 right next to Blue Star Café and will run from 5PM until 8PM.   Yes, she will be there with her smile on.

22 thoughts on “Art Show Tonight

  1. Maggie, Beautiful art! I’m not a critic, but I know what I like. Your work is certainly an outward display of your inner beauty.

  2. What talent! If I didn’t live four hours away, I would be there in a heartbeat. Wishing you a magical night!

  3. We SO wish we could be there. Good luck, Maggie! I would LOVE to get one to put in our house…maybe you could pick one out that has bright colors and save it for us to go on our red wall?

    love you always!

  4. If only it was scheduled for one day later since we’re in Austin starting tomorrow for a family wedding!! Have a great time tonight, Maggie–your art work is beautiful, just like you.

  5. One more thing to add to your many talents, Maggie. Hope all goes well this evening. I am still enjoying the two pieces I bought at your first show. They are hanging on my livingroom wall where I can admire them every time I walk in.
    Love to you both.

  6. Wow, is there anything you can’t do? Hope you have a wonderful evening! Sending good vibes your way! Suzanne from Va Beach!

  7. My wife also paints and is a perpetual evening student at the local art museum. Last summer we went to an artist’s showing. I don’t do well at such events. I’m good for about 20 minutes before being culled from the herd of artists to sit in the corner with the other underachievers. For fun, I introduced myself as my wife’s art work valet. That got a chuckle and started manly exchanges of easel caring adventures. The fun ended with the show as one by one we were each called forward for remedial instruction and the cruelest wife delivered taunts of “Don’t Drop It”. Our secret brotherhood of the neglected art work valet was formed that day.

    Hold Fast
    Don MacLeod

  8. The art was fantastic. My parents are big artists/photographers in New Orleans, and they came with me to the show. They were really impressed with Maggie’s work as well as the work of the friends. 🙂 And they are art snobs too. 🙂 We had a lot of fun, and it was good to see you Maggie and Chris. Sorry we had to go earlier on. The baby was a bit keyed up. Thanks for having us. I think you are the most popular chick I know, Maggie.

  9. I have been following your journey since it began. I met Maggie through Grady and Lisanne Rumfelt about 10 years ago, but vividly remember her.
    I have shed many tears and my heart aches every time I get on here.
    I hope you never stop hearing what truly amazing people you both are. You are an inspiration on so many levels to everyone that reads about your journey. Chris- your words are poetic and beautiful.
    I hope you can continue to find the strength and humor on this path that was chosen for both of you!
    Love to you both!

  10. The art show was a huge success!! I am so proud to say I am the owner of a Maggie Weaver original.

  11. Maggie your art was incredible! I loved so many pieces. Thank you for sharing your talent. It was great to see you last night. Stay strong, and my thoughts and prayers are with you and Chris. 🙂

  12. Maggie, You were radiant last night! We love you and we love your spirit. Your work put smiles on all of our faces!
    Laura and Brad

  13. Maggie you looked gorgeous last night, I admire your strength and spirit. Unfortunately, we were outbid last night and didn’t get to take home one of your fabulous pieces 🙁 You and Chris are always in our thoughts and prayers.

  14. I, too, was successful in my quest for an MW original! The beauty of it absolutely takes my breath away (and I’m not usually terribly demonstrative in that manner). …and thank you, Katy, for telling me the inspiration behind the piece. Knowing the story just makes the beautiful painting even more precious to me.

    I love you, Chris and Maggie!

  15. Dear Chris and Maggie,

    Well here is another post from beginning ‘you don’t know me but’…I just wanted to tell you that you have touched my soul. My best friend in the whole world is at MD Anderson right now. She was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer 1 month shy of her 30th birthday in April 2006. She has been living life up and to the fullest ever since just like you two, and she truly is my hero. Unfortunately it looks like the cancer has spread to my friend’s bones and she may not have very much time left with us. She is in the hospital as I write fighting an infection and waiting on more tests.

    I have been following your blog for months checking in to see how Maggie was doing everyday and see what adventures you two had been up to. I want you to know that I have found wisdom, strength, courage, many smiles, and above all love from your posts. I am filled with gratitude that you have shared your story and been able to touch so many people as you have. I know that sharing the story must not have always been easy.

    The love between you two has been amazing to read, I can only imagine what it must feel like to be in.

    I am sure you had a beautiful time at the art show. Wish I could have been there and met you both.

    With love and admiration and with thoughts and prayers always,

    Sarah (London U.K Via NYC)

  16. chris and maggie, wish I could have been there. I am sure it was wonderful. But alas, I am in Pittsburgh meeting with a host of doctors.

    While our “meeting” consisted of a few emails and a phone call, the two of you have been an inspiration in the short time I have followed your blog. Chris I know you to be a fiercely loving, compassionate and protective husband and Maggie to be like a sunflower whose smile lights up a room. Yes that much I got from one phone call…it was that apparent.
    I wish for you much peace as you take this journey. You will be in my prayers.

  17. Maggie…I now have your “Galway” painting. Love it! Ireland is known as the ‘Emerald Isle’ because everything is so beautifully green.. and this painting really captures it! Ireland is one of my favorite places because the kelly green pastures make me happy. I used to paint and stopped because of personal problems and issues, BUT, you have inspired me now to PAINT, and, I feel so thrilled about it. Thank you for helping me with that!
    Brenda Smith

  18. Oh, also, Maggie, my only huge, great, sad, major, disappointment is that you did not sign it. You know, signing your painting means you [the artist] thinks it is good, great, finished at that point and it actually means YOU [the question of who] painted it and makes the owner [buyer] “believe completely” that is the person who really was the inspired artist.
    Bienvenue sur ce site consacré à l’oeuvre de Thierry Poncelet, ne craignez pas de déranger ce concert et

    Entrez s’il vous plait

    In English…

    Welcome on this Web site dedicated to Thierry Poncelet’s Artworks, don’t fear to disturb this charming concert and

    Please Come in
    Brenda Smith, Waco

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