Welcome to Part 2 of “An Interview with Artists!”
Thank you to all the artists and readers – each of you have a role in the success of this series.
I’ve asked the artists to discuss the benefits of making art. You will be inspired by what they have to say! Continue reading An interview with artists. Part 2
I’ve asked a very diverse group of artist friends questions about being an artist. I will share their responses over a series of blog posts. The goal is to make connections, inspire and promote art. Whether you are an artist or you have yet to discover your inner artist, my hope is that you will be able to relate to the artists featured. Continue reading An interview with artists. Part 1
Tore Bellis and I have art on display at the Lewisville Grand Theater through the Visual Art League of Lewisville. The exhibit is “Inspired by the Masters”. This post explains the motivation behind Tore’s piece, Burning Fashion #1. Continue reading Behind the Scenes: Setting a purse on fire for art
Editor’s Note: Tore Bellis has a new art piece in the Big Inspiration, Small Works exhibit at the Lewisville Grand Theater.
The American Dream, is one of his more labor intensive works and I thought it would be interesting for readers to learn more about the piece. Continue reading Guest Blogger Tore Bellis discusses newest art piece, The American Dream
I was encouraged to submit additional art pieces in the “Self Portrait” exhibit at the MCL Grand Theater in Lewisville. It took me awhile to come up with my first submission, “Iterations”. Coming up with additional pieces seemed daunting. But I have a saying: if you’re handed a piece of meat are you going to cook it? Translation: if you’re given an opportunity are you going to take advantage of it or let it go to waste? I’m not only going to cook it, I’ll make multiple meals out of it! Visit the blog to see my additional submissions. Continue reading Additional photos by Denise Holguin on exhibit at the MCL Grand Theater in Lewisville!
Date: October 2, 2019 Notes: I’m taking an Adobe Photoshop class for fun on the weekends (the wee early bird hours that don’t agree with me!) This exercise is helping me practice what I’ve learned. Since I haven’t added to my new Zig Zag* category, I thought why not combine the two tasks with this post. I’ve created a new category on my blog called Zig Zag that will encompass similar creations. It’s the perfect outlet for the ideas I have amassed that had no way of being expressed until now. It won’t be perfect but it will … Continue reading You have to be flexible
Earlier this year I spotted the world’s most beautiful broken branch on a secluded dirt road. It just so happened my friend’s vehicle was the ideal size to take the branch home. Why do I need a branch? No idea. … Continue reading Beautiful broken branch
This photo was taken in a classroom at my friend Michelle’s home. It was Christmas time and her children and I were playing “Bakery and Ice Cream Shoppe”. They had a very elaborate system set up—one person welcomed me and … Continue reading The Bakery & Ice Cream Shoppe of Michigan