it's been too long since i've written. how is everyone?
i have some new paintings for you to see! originals for sale in my shoppe!
so it's springtime already! ahh sweet spring...it fills me with possibility. i just booked a ticket to visit jessie, my college roomate & one of my favorite people in the entire world, in albuquerque, new mexico. last time i went to visit i got overtaken by a monsoon and went raspberry picking. this time i have fantasies of visiting Georgia O'keefe's home and studio ghost ranch in santa fe. i've been reading her bio and thinking a lot about the differences being an artist (& female) in the 1930's versus today. Georgia O helped pave the way!
speaking of paving the way, the aforementioned jessie is helping put together an amazing feat of an art show: "The Cradle Project". read about it here & participate!
CALL TO ARTISTS!
The Cradle Project is an artistic fundraising
installation taking place in Albuquerque, NM on June
The vision and goal of the project is to exhibit 1,000
cradles, made from recycled materials, by artists from
all over the country and all across the globe. Cradles
will subsequently be auctioned off online, with all
funds going directly to the more than 48 million
orphans affected by HIV, Aids, and violence in
Get involved! Submit a cradle!
Submission deadline is April 30th, 2008.
*More about the project
*Images from a preview exhibition
*Link for artists guidelines
oh yes, there is amazing stuff happening over at Design for Mankind, a new favorite blog of mine. First Erin puts together incredible Ezines on Inspiration, the latest on favorite corners (which i participated in!). it's a real visual treat. now she is writing these excellent posts under the category of "roadmaps" about breaking free from the 9-5 to pursue a creative independent life and the adventure of that road taken.