Ya gotta have art!

Erin the Artist

August 19, 2012

Last week I had a  “ooh look at this post on Facebook from Roseville Arts!” moment and signed Erin up for free painting workshop yesterday at Blue Line Gallery. Turns out the workshop was for the upcoming NATURAL WONDERS FOREVER Children’s Open Show. “Natural Wonders Forever – Inspired by the Natural Wonders of Placer County… […]

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Tonight is my Artist Reception!!

August 10, 2012

Oh. Em. Gee. ::kermit arms:: ::thud:: and all that “I should be freaking out” jazz! Except I’m not really freaking out. Right now… The Artist Reception for my very first solo show is tonight. This one: So I’m heading out to get a pedicure and my hair done. A very nice way to spend the […]

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Letting go… YOU CAN’T MAKE ME!

July 17, 2012

In my ongoing effort to shift my brain’s power balance back to the right hemisphere, I took my first online art class last week. I say “ongoing”  because first there was this: I might be called the Technique Queen, but my friend Lisa is the on-line class champion! She is always in the midst of […]

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Moving on to the next great freak out

June 20, 2012

So… art. shows. “coming in hot!” as a young Kyle screamed from the back seat one day many years ago. And for the record, that semi wasn’t barreling down on us that fast. But yes, I am again freaking out a bit stressed. I had to email my exhibit coordinator (oh my god!) at Viewpoint  […]

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In the Pink

October 12, 2010

Yeah, I don’t know if you noticed the amount of pink everywhere these past couple weeks, but it’s October and it ain’t all about the orange and the black. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and I donated the above monotype to the Komen for the Cure – Create for the Cure. It is currently […]

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Print this!

July 18, 2010

Last Saturday I attended a Monoprint wordshop at University Art taught by Tesia Blackburn and it rawked! According to Wikipedia: Monoprints are known as the most painterly method among the printmaking techniques, a monoprint is often regarded as a non-editionable kind of print and is essentially a printed painting. The characteristic of this method is […]

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