It’s been a busy week – I taught a beeswax workshop with the San Antonio Art Education Association at a workshop on Tuesday, and then spent Thursday at the Studio with Gloria Hill and Lisa Stamper Meyer.Here are our collages from that art playdate – can you believe that three artists with the same challenge could come up with such different results? Fascinating.
And speaking of collages and challenges, congrats to Rosemary Uchniat who won the random stuff challenge with this powerful collage. I saw her “before” pile of stuff and am in awe of the way she pulled it together – it belongs in a gallery!
Rosemary, your prize is an Artist Sampler of Three Face Shards to use as you like. What will you come up with this time? It’s always interesting.
Toni Curtis from LA also sent in her wonderful collage which morphed into a journal cover – nice, Toni! Check out Toni’s Heart of the Gypsy Facebook page. It’s fun to challenge yourself to an out-of-the box diversion – try it.
And finally, today is the first Show and Tell of 2016 – my favorite Studio event!
In the lineup today are painters, poets, authors, card makers, fiber artists – and Chef Mikey himself, who will share the Studio’s signature dessert recipe of Sopaipilla Cheesecake. Hope to see you there from 2-4!
Lyn, The collages the 3 of you did on Thurs. are awesome! Wish I lived close by so I could do beeswax collage with you. I did a beeswax collage workshop with Claudine Hellmuth many years ago. Hope your Show and Tell was a lot of fun!
Thanks, Linda – I wish there were a way too share play dates long -distance. The Show and Tell was fun, for sure – lots of poets this time – I love how art crosses all media and forms.