At this point the exhibit has been set up for a few months (I will post pictures soon!), but this article was written a few weeks before we set it up. Highlights the excitement the class (and myself) had for working on the project!
The picture below is just a snippet from the article, go read the real thing!
Although I will try and post as often here as I can (like I said that last year), for updates on my work I am most active on Facebook! Recent paintings, shows, and pictures I post there first.
Weebly.com (how I made my domain) wants me to pay MORE to put more pictures up. Thptppt. NOPE!
So check out my FB!
<<<<<link is also in the sidebar
More pictures of this recently made masterpiece posted there! 36x48 Acrylic.
I have an Etsy shop! Sort of...
I have only been slowly upgrading it, as I am hoping to have all of my prints and variations available on the shop. But I am already juggling so many things at once that I can only do a bit at a time! By the time Saskatoon fringe festival comes around I should have all my products available.
Things are getting there though :D
I kept saying I was going to do it, and I'm finally doing it!! I am participating as a vendor is Saskatoon's 2015 Potash Fringe Festival!! I am so nervous, I have so much to prepare, but I think it will be a great experience!
And it is finally getting me in gear to update my etsy shop, make business cards, make postcards, everything I have wanted to do for a while but just kept putting it off.
Last week was the open call for artists in the court yard of the 33rd Street Market, to which I was the only one who participated! Sure it was a bit rainy, and cold, but it was worth it! Today I was able to set up a small wall with the framed prints that I have available inside the market! have to go back tomorrow to put labels and stuff on, but everything is good to go otherwise! The market is a super cool place made up of different vendors who sell vintage and re purposed items. I'm glad I can participate and be a part of it.
There website is http://33rdstreetvintagemarket.weebly.com/
Although I am grossly unprepared, I am taking part in the 33rd street market open vendor craft show for artists and crafters this Saturday. NO deposit required, you just got to bring your own table and chairs n' stuff.
Which is why I am grossly unprepared......as I mainly do not have a craft table. BUT I'm sure I will find one in time, otherwise it is a cardboard box table for me.
I have been busy framing prints, making labels, and doing my polaroid business cards (with the help of my sister slave).
Hopefully the weather doesn't take a turn for the worst! The last time I did an outdoor event like this I froze straight to my bones.
See ya'll there!
Look at that! I found the few pictures I took from my show "Clouds n' Shit" from...April? I think it was. Only of the set up with my slaves, I was too busy the night of the reception smoozing with people. Apparently having my slaves helped make this set up faster than any other in the gallery before, according to the gallery tech.
Poissons get r' done.
I have added a few new images to the slide show on the main page. Because I am not on top of things they are not named yet, but they are prints I made in my printmaking second year class this summer at the UofS. Super enjoyable class, and I am happy that I was able to take it!
This one was a colour water lithography project. "Experimentally Bubbly"; 3 layers, one layer made from scanning bubbles and scratching away designs in the bubble layer, other layers made from toner mixed with soap.