If you've been at the Old Franklin Schoolhouse lately, you've probably seen the 3 signs that advise that "more art is coming." Inside Transformations Gallery, we are getting ready to hang our next show, "Doors," featuring the work of 27 artists in a variety of media. And while we are really excited about that, we also can't wait to share our brand new outdoor exhibit space! The first pieces of outdoor art will tie in with the indoor show and this photo shows the "blank canvases" that will be transformed by 3 artists interpreting their vision of what doors mean to them. We are days away from revealing the selected artists for the outdoor exhibit and, I can tell you, you will be impressed. After these humble doors are transformed by the selected artists, they will be mounted in the exhibit space to allow visitors to walk through them as our first pieces of sculpture. This project would not have been possible without the tireless efforts of my co-curator, Judy Weinberg, and BIL president extraordinaire, Tyreen Reuter, who secured a grant from a the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders. Much more info to come as we prepare to unveil this outdoor exhibit space.