“Art washes from the soul the dust of everyday life.” ~ Pablo Picasso
Along with a few other Seattle Art Link members I am particapating in an Auction for Stroke victims taking place in Stoke-on-Trent December 7, 2011. This will be my first event to participate in outside the United States. We will be mailing a box to England this week. I wish I was able to go in person!
The Stroke Art Cafe are a support group in Stoke-on-Trent for those affected by stroke. As a non-profit group they rely on fundraising and donations to help keep the group stocked with art supplies and equipment. 100% from the auction will go to the group.
For more information about the auction or about the non profit visit, Stroke Art Cafe Art therapy can really do amazing things !
I promise to add some photos of the Art we send from Seattle later this week!
Seattle’s Xavier Lopez Jr has submitted this piece for the Auction. Muse and Black Kitten 2011 Acrylic on Canvas
Renton Washington’s Photographer Ken Vensel Contributed this piece for the Auction
“Hole in the Wall Falls” in the Columbia River Gorge.
Metal artist Teresa Harpster of Kent Washington has donated this lovely metal centerer piece
I love trying new things, this weekend I am at a friends place learning about glass and tile mosaics .
You are invited to join Evergirl art and the the Sixth Street Gallery for a special event at Mercer Estates Winery!
Holiday Open House
Saturday, December 10, 2011
10:00am – Get your holiday shopping done while sipping on wine – 21+
3100 Lee Rd
Prosser, WA 99350
Holiday Open House at Mercer Estates December 10th 10-5 pm Shop local, avoid the crowds. Featuring, art, crafts, and local wears from all over the state. We will be pouring selections from all our holiday gift packs and local cheese mongers, Cheese Louise, will be here dosing out creamy delight-fulness and helping you find the right cheese for your Mercer Wine. If cheese is not enough, then we’d love for you to try a delicious homemade crepe from our very own Prosser faves, Cowgirl Crepes! They are delightful and so are the crepes!
I had a little too much fun at the Pioneer Square Art walk traditionally known as “First Thursday” . I invited folks into the store to check out my work and then I asked them to try in a kilt. Many were hesitate but I did have some good sports!
In this photo , Util i tilt & Utlikilt good sport
It is wonderful to receive photos of pieces once they have left the work shop and gallery.
Skipping Stones and Gears of Wash are both owned by a wonderful family located in Richmond Washington.
I just dropped off four functional sculptor’s at the Seattle Utilikilt store.
That Guy @ Utilikilts Retail Store
620 1st Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
Prices range from $479-$750