Sunday, May 5, 2013

G44 Gallery Colorado Springs



 For those of you who live here in Colorado Springs, I hope you can come to my show at G44 Gallery, 1785 South 8th Street.   The opening is Friday May 10th from 6:00 - 9:00 pm.  If you can't make the opening, please stop by the gallery before June 14th.

I had knee replacement in March.  It's been a slow recovery.  Some people recover quickly, some people (me) recover more slowly.  Then, last week I was back in the hospital for a manipulation.  Now I've gone from a cane back to a walker, more pain, etc.  I don't yet have enough movement to pedal all the way around on a recumbant bike, but part of my physical therapy is to go to the gym every other day (I also go to p.t. every other day) and push the pedals back and forth as much as I can for 20 minutes.  The gym is almost next door to G44 Gallery and I was so excited when I saw this poster in the window.  It made my day!

11 comments:

hmuxo said...

I really wish I lived close enough to visit your exhibit, Pam...but I wish you the best....and I'm so sorry to hear about your knees...
I will be praying for a speedy recovery.

Debbi Smith Rourke said...

So cool that this gallery and poster were right next door to your gym. Synergy!! You got the boost you needed. Sending happy thoughts for a speedy and comfortable recovery. xoxo

Pam Holnback said...

Hilda, Thank you! I appreciate you visiting vicariously!

Thank you Debbi. You're right! It was exactly the boost that I needed.

CrimsonLeaves said...

So sorry to hear about your knee, Pam. What was manipulated? Your knee? Ouch! You must be so excited for the upcoming show!!!

Deborah Elmquist said...

So sorry about the knee. I had no ides; you are so young. Good luck on your show and hope for lots of red dots.

Nancy B. Hartley said...

Pam, congrats, such exciting news! Hope that you are up to full speed soon!

Pam Holnback said...


Sherry, thank you. Yes, my knee was manipulated. And, I am excited, I need something fun like this right about now!

Thank you Deborah. I, too, hope for red dots! And, no matter your age, when your knee is gone, it is gone!

Nancy, Thanks so much. I'll be at the show with my cane and the gallery owner has a stool for me!

Happy Little Trees Studio said...

Congratulations! Wish I could stop by and see the exhibit!

Anne Winthrop Cordin said...

Good luck to you Pam. with the show and with your knees. Not a surgery for sissies, that's for sure. I'm a physical therapist asst so I help people with these surgeries all the time, but will soon be on the other end. Yes, I need a right knee replacement!

Pam Holnback said...

Kimberly, thank you! I know, we would all see each others shows if we were near. That's what I like about the blogosphere, we are all there vicariously!

Thank you Anne. Everyone says that in a year I'll be glad I did this, but I seem to have more issues than normal!

Karen Bruson said...

Good luck with your show.