My life always seems to have ebbs and flows in all areas. They are exciting and exhausting all at the same time, but I wouldn't change a thing. This month so far it's been flow, flow, flow.
I am pleased to be the guest artist today on the StencilGirl Talk blog. The beauty shot of the project is to the left, and I must say I was really pleased with changing up my methodology. The handful of people that have been recipients of them have had layered resist but this time I used a Gel Press plate and I'm in love with the crisp color mix I got. Below, you will see a couple I've done before. If anyone has one they want to upload to the comments here or on the Facebook post, I'd love to see it again.
|My tumbler circa 2007|
|Sam's tumbler circa 2012|
So this week also brought my artist story to light. Most of you that know me know that I tell it like it is and my post was very authentic on where I've been and why I still divide my time like I do. You can find that blog entry on the Artists Tell Their Stories blog here. I love this blog because it showcases the essence of who the artist is whether they are a musician, artist, photographer etc. I've enjoyed getting inside the heads of creatives that amaze me. If you want to know when the next essay is up, you can subscribe on the blog or like the corresponding Facebook page and it should show in your feed.
As teased on Facebook ( and reteased now), I've had prints made of five of my favorite paintings and as soon as I am able to figure out packaging in the next couple of weeks, they'll go live. Meanwhile, I added quite a few contemporary wall/table art pieces to my Etsy.
And finally, I am announcing classes at a new venue for me. I'll be at Palette & Paper in Indianapolis on September 23-24. I fell in love with the delightful owner, Mare, the store itself, and fab detached classroom when I visited in April and am tickled that they'd like me to come and premier some classes. Come and see me at Stampaway in August or come and see me there in September!!!!