Tuesday, May 25, 2010
WOW! This past weekend was so exciting. I was at the 1st East Nashville Art Fest and had a wonderful show. Thanks to all the brave souls that came out in record breaking heat to support the festival. It was good to see some old friends and make a few new ones. My booth neighbor was without doubt the most interesting family I have ever met. Here is the link to their site.
Their Art Car was parked right beside my booth and if I had a dollar for each picture taken I could take a really nice vacation.
The sweet deer have all found new homes and I'll try to make a few more for the Festival this week end. So if you missed this one you have another opportunity to see me before the Tomato Festival this August 14th. This Saturday May 29th I'll be at the Hands together in Flatrock Music & Arts Festival in Coleman Park 10am-4pm. Here is the info.
Monday, May 17, 2010
I have been working on some things for the up coming events. The little deer are one of the new
items I will be showing this weekend. If you are in the area come on out to the first East Nashville Arts Fest happening this Saturday and Sunday 11am-7pm. . Not only will you see your local favs but a lot of new faces never before seen in Nashville. GO check out the facebook page here.
We will have over 50 vendors!
If you have other plans and just cannot make it this weekend then next weekend May 29th I will be at the Hands together in Flatrock Music & Atrs Festival in Coleman Park 10am-4pm. This is the 3rd year for this festival with over 50 artist participating. Here is where you will find more information as well as the music line up.
I am soooo excited! Stop by and say hello, I'd love to meet you.
Sunday, April 18, 2010
I have a couple of new events coming up and would love to see you there, so mark your calendars!
The first event is May 22nd & 23rd here in East Nashville, it's the first East Nashville Arts Fest.
This will not be your usual East Nashville Fest, artists and crafters from all over will be there. If you go to the facebook link you can get a feel of the event. I am super excited to be a part of this awesome event.
The second event is Hands Together in Flatrock Music and Art Festival , in Coleman Park Nashville Tennessee on May 29th. I believe this is the third year for this event. It should be a great day of music, fun and art. I can tell you right away you will see some very talented artists.
For the upcoming events I do have some new items and I am going to share a few with you now.
The Woodland girls are finally getting the way I want them, these two are the first attempts.
Remember the hand painted faces? The finally version is a combination of the two. The tattoo man is almost finished, he still needs shoes and maybe a little more detail. I'm thinking of bar bells or a swing for him? Not sure yet.
Friday, February 19, 2010
Look at the faces I have finished painting. As I've said before painting does not come easy for me, I must have painted 20+ eyes yesterday. But the practice has definitely paid off, these look so much better than the first faces I did. This is a sneak peek of a work in progress that I hope to have done over the week end. I'll make sure to keep you posted on the progress.
Does anyone have any eye painting tips to share? I can get one eye okay but the second one always is a little off, they are never the same. But I think they are passable for now. I'll keep practicing in the meantime.
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Here is a custom order handbag that I've been working on. I really like the peacock with the cool feathers. I used a linen for the front with Amy Butler fabrics for the feathers, the peacock body is a woolen felt. The applique is my on design and was a lot of fun to create. Of course as always I get nervous doing custom orders. I always worry that it isn't what they had in mind. It's so much easier selling things already made. Do any of you feel the same or is it just me?
I have been featured on my peeps Jodi Reeves blog The Creative Jar, it's her 1000th blog post so hop over and say hi and congratulations.
I have a lot of ideas in my head right now and hope to share more with you soon.