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Lessons From Ephemeral Art

Being a professional artist is an exercise in letting go. Letting go of your imagination, letting go of your creativity, and letting go of your creation. 903 more words

Lilibeth André

Other Side of the Tracks

This gallery of pictures was taken, quite literally, on the other side of the tracks. I visited the Art Walk at the Brewery, next to the train tracks, in downtown Los Angeles a month or so ago. 60 more words

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Sweet Vanity. My first exhibition!

Sweet Vanity will be at the Fullerton Museum in Fullerton, California, from Nov 22 through mid-January. Everything is priced to sell (buy art for the holidays!) Here are some of the featured works! 10 more words

Oil Painting

A Minute With Mary Portteus

Artist Mary Portteus is the definition of an optimist. She chooses to turn difficult situations into positive life events, into creative inspiration. She has been living with chronic pain due to a rare form of arthritis called Ankylosing Spondylitis since her early twenties, and as she puts it, “because of the need to take breaks while others go ahead, I see details that I might otherwise pass by, which has really informed my photography and the more detailed elements of my mixed media paintings.” 300 more words

Queen Anne

And it's done.

Ah, ArtWalk is finished, and two days later i’m knocked over with stomach flu. I’m just delighted it happened after, and not before or during. 147 more words

Angels Among Us - Seattle Art

Hey Seattle, please one of the angels among us at this very special art event in the Phinney Ridge Art Up Walk. We even have free mini reiki sessions that night.See details below. 6 more words

Tricia Chatter