I’m headed to Johnson City on this beautiful fall morning to take some work to Amanda Smith’s Gallery. It’s a new gallery for me, and I can’t wait to meet Amanda.
They specialize in photography, but do some amazing workshops with photoencaustic. The show I’m participating in is called, simply, “encaustic” – it opens December 17, 4-8 pm. Click this link to see all the accepted work. I especially like Sandra Carrion’s “Dragonfly.”
Then it’s off to the Pearl for the San Antonio Clay Arts Festival. I’m hoping that some of my favorite potters will be there, like Marcia Dahlman – love her work.
And then — TAH DAH – I’m going over to the new studio to do a little planning and a little art. It’s so nice to have a comfortable space close to home to hold workshops and explore new directions for my own art. If you missed the newsletter yesterday, here’s a short video preview of the space – not quite settled, but almost.
A new place of creative belonging . . . from Lyn Belisle on Vimeo.
Oh, if you did miss the newsletter, another exciting happening is an invitation-only trunk show and sale with Monika Astara on December 10th from 11am-1pm at my home. If you’d like to be on the list and get details and an invite, just email me.
Monika’s designs are perfect for the holidays – elegant and easy.
The icing on the weekend cake will be a Sunday get-together with uber-talented Michelle Belto – we are planning an exciting collaborative website for 2017 that will be totally unique.
Michelle and I have worked together for several years – here’s a video from one of our first collaborations – always fun to revisit.
I hope YOUR weekend is a happy one – thanks, as always, for keeping up with SHARDS and me!
Happy for your new directions. Your future looks exciting.
I love the light in your new space!
Good luck in your new studio.
Do you ever sleep?
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