September 30, 2009
A special gift for you! I've painted a cute papier mache box, featuring "Soot" the little black cat. This sweet little box is in need of a magical home! Just leave a comment (and way to contact you if you don't have a blog) and you will be entered to win this original piece of holiday art. If you blog about the giveaway with a link back here, let me know and you will receive an extra entry for each! (or twitter, facebook etc :)
I'll be drawing names from my black pointed hat Saturday, Oct. 10th!
Good luck my dears!
September 29, 2009
I'd like to introduce you (if you haven't already met) to a most remarkable artist Stu Jenks. I was fortunate enough to visit one of his installation pieces at Mythic Journeys in Atlanta a few years ago. Wandering through the exhibit arm in arm with one of my dearest artist friends Fati, was truly one of the most magical art experiences I've ever had. It didn't feel like an art exhibit, although his work was mounted throughout, it was a journey that I felt blessed to be taking. One of those experiences that you can tuck away for when your spirit needs soothing.
You can see more of Stu's work here http://stujenks.typepad.com/my_weblog/
September 24, 2009
Well the Witching season that is! I'm in full Halloween swing, shopping for costume supplies and working on holiday paintings. Its just a real pity that we don't get time off work for Halloween, but on the bright side it does fall on a Saturday this year!
Hope you like my day dreaming little witch, hope she remembers to stir the cauldron!
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September 20, 2009
September 12, 2009
Congratulations to Tammy, the winner of the beautiful art jar!
My favorite Holiday is right around the corner, *adjusts pointed hat* and I've got goodies galore for you! Giveaways, special gifts and new art, so stay tuned!
I'll be listing this original later today in my etsy shop
"Pepita goes to the Masquerade" The little pumpkin head girl has a special date, doesn't she look delightful? Pepita is painted in watercolors on heavy watercolor paper.
Off to the attic to search for more Halloween decorations!