As a shy artist, I’ve got to be the worst promoter in the world, but I’m going to give it a go now… (deeeep breath…) OK! So…
I’ve been given a great opportunity to be part of an Artists Showcase that is taking place April 2, at the Fremont Foundry. It’s going to be quite a party, with bands, fashion designers and visual artists showing off their creations. RAW Artists was created several years ago to help emerging artists get exposure and I’m really excited that they sought me out to join their showcase.
If you would like to support my art (whether or not you can attend) you can purchase a ticket on my RAW artist page for $15. The only cost to me for the show is the agreement to sell 20 tickets by March 25th. I have to make up the difference for any I do not sell. I will have several paintings on display as well as some prints available for purchase.
I may be live painting that night as well… Still trying to figure out the logistics and how to not make a mess… hahaha
I just moved into an art studio in Magnuson Park that’s been twenty years in the making! It’s such an honor to be a part of this new community. I’m looking forward to building my career in this space.
There will be an open house this Sunday from 2pm – 5pm. I’m on the ground floor. I believe that at least half of the studio artists will be participating. It’s a great opportunity to see this wonderful space the city has provided for artists, and to see some local work!
Use the gatehouse entrance to Magnuson Park at NE 74th Street. Turn left on 63rd Ave NE. The studios are in the first building on the right.
Piano Time in Shoreline, WA is back! While I didn’t have time to commit to painting a new piano this year, I’m proud to say that my Alice in Wonderland piano is out of hiding and has found the perfect home. For all of August, Wonderland will be on display at the Richmond Beach Library in Shoreline. I can’t think of a more appropriate home than a library! Best of all, it’s art you can touch. Visitors are welcome to come and play the piano. Unlike my cat, this toothy-grinned beast won’t bite…
Hi Y’all! I’ve been so incredibly busy since I returned from Portland, trying to get ready for the Wedgwood Art Festival. Those are my fingers from Thursday afternoon. See, very busy! 😛
Now I’m loopy because I still have so much to do before 10 am…. If you live in Seattle, please come by and say hi. My booth is in the back of the space, along 36th Ave. There’ll be lots of good art, good food, and good music! I’ll have lots of prints for sale, as well as some original paintings.
Here’s some of the details:
July 13 & 14,10 am – 5 pm, on the Hunter Farms Tree Lot at the corner of 35th Ave. NE and NE 80th St.
I’ve taken over the Wedgwood Ale House in Seattle! Stop by and have a peek. I’ve got big, wild works in the bar, and smaller, happy, colorful pieces in the family dining room. All work is for sale, minus one, which already sold…. So come in, have a beer, and buy a painting! I’ll look that ^^^ happy! 😉
The show will be up, I believe, until the 6th of April, 2013