This post marks the conclusion of An Interview with Artists! I went off the rails with my final question and I am glad I did.
I have also decided this question is a good litmus test to use when I meet new people. Haha. Continue reading An interview with artists. Part 3 of 3
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
On a recent Saturday night, I was in my dining room (it doubles as my art studio) using a power drill on what looks like a million found objects from my lawn. I would pause periodically and look down at the powdery, sawdust mess I was creating on my floor, table and clothing.
What am I doing? Why am I doing this? Have I lost my mind?
I didn’t bother answering the questions. Instead, I continued my art project with ardent determination. But I did decide it would be interesting to interview my artist friends.
That is how this new series was born! Continue reading It all started with “I have an idea….”
I have a new art piece on display in the Dia de Los Muertos exhibit through the Visual Art League of Lewisville. The task was to submit a piece of art directly inspired by a Mexican or Latin American painter. That is a tall order that I took seriously…. Continue reading Art Exhibit: Dia de los muertos / Frida Kahlo / Self-Portrait with Black Necklace and Butterfly
The truth gets unmasked by guest blogger and social media star, La Poodle Continue reading Poolside Poodle
I exhibited this assemblage piece in the “Shifting Perspectives” art exhibit through the Visual Art League of Lewisville earlier this year. Continue reading Assemblage Art: Brick of Self-Control
The body language of the young girl is striking, almost impossible to forget, yet there are no markings to identify her. The photo has passed through an untold number of hands while finding its way to me, a photo collecting junkie. Continue reading what remains
My art piece, “La Poodle’s First Cookbook” placed 3rd place in the “Shifting Perspectives” art exhibit through the Visual Art League of Lewisville. This is the first time my art has placed and it is rather unexpected. Continue reading La Poodle’s First Cookbook