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I've been listening to music from Godspell this week (it's been years since I last listened). Oh the film is so very 70's, but still affecting. This is one of my favorites from it:
Super sleepy sketching.
In the teensy purse Moleskine balanced upon my knee...
This weekend, the illustrious sculptor, Tim Bruckner
is here teaching us! You can follow along with our adventures, starting here!
Saw Avengers: Age of Ultron today, so have the MCU on the brain. My fav music from the soundtrack of Guardians of the Galaxy (vs. the vintage playlist) is heard during the climactic final show-down with the bad-guy:
2-3 minute heads in the teensy purse Moleskine balanced upon my knee....
Netflix is currently streaming a new incarnation of Marvel's Daredevil. It is dark and complex and cringingly too-violent (*real* violence, vs the more typical comic-fantastical violence) which made it hard for me to watch. The opening credits however are lovely....
In the teensy purse Moleskine balanced upon my knee....
My in-class paintings from last weekend at Omar Rayyan's watercolor workshop... Want to try more of this!
Lovely version of the Skye Boat Song -
I keep thinking life will slow down, but mostly, no....
If you'd like to see the fabulous time we had at the Omar Rayyan TLCWorkshop this past weekend, you can read about our adventures here.
The scene that made me forgive them a little for making this play into a movie -
In the teensy purse-Moleskine balanced upon my knee.
Full of enthusiastic groups of fans -
(My favorite costume of the weekend. Go Astrid!)
Lots of comics. Lots of books. Lots of artists. And cool-fun geekery! (See? Felted wonders!)
Best family group costume. LLAP.
Saw lots of friends. Bought too much stuff. Enjoyed lots of terrific cosplay. Always a fun time.
(Lots more pictures on facebook).
Emerald City Comicon
is this weekend. While watching a friend's booth during her lunch break, I sketched a bit - inspired by some of the characters walking by.....
There has been so much going on - since mid-January in fact, that I've kind of given up on catching up in any comprehensive way, so I'm just going to post an overview or two. This one of the whirl-wind that was February....
It started with Greg Spalenka's Alla Prima workshop (which I did have time to document here
This was quickly followed by the coterie of French artists coming to town - the first event with them being their gallery open at Krab Jab Studio
Greg Spalenka came to town, and Krab Jab Studio hosted his Artist As Brand
All the above artists, and *more* were all guests at MythicWorlds
(I was the 'artist wrangler - acting as liason for all of their mini-workshops for the convention).
All in all, it was a crazy-busy month - full of art, artists, learning and good times. Still recovering from it all.
Just got back from our annual POBL Spring Retreat (which hopefully I will get to share pictures from anon...). It is so spring, and *beyond* here. My tulips are already blooming!
In one of the *many* workshops last month (few of which actually got blogged, I was so slammed in February), we got to learn about painting with graphite and gold leafing in conjunction. This weekend, I'm heading off on my annual spring retreat and hope to work on this some MORE.
I always like this scene from the 2003 version of Peter Pan -
After a couple of busy workshop-weeks, I'm hoping to get back to some blogging.
During workshops, we tend to listen to a lot of soundtracks as we work. One that I was reminded about was the soundtrack for Children of Dune (the only Dune film experience that I thought was effective. James McAvoy is amazing in it).
After a couple of very busy weeks which included 2 workshops, an art open and a computer virus that necessitated a complete wipe and reload, I am trying to get caught up on it all!
Last weekend was the Greg Manchess Alla Prima workshop of awesome. You can read about it starting here.
I've done a heck of a lot of driving over the last busy busy month. I've listened to the Broadway version of The Lion King soundtrack a number of times in the car. My favorite piece from it is Shadowland:
It has been a *crazy* month - so.many.things. going on (workshops, art opens, conventions, etc...). Blogging has gone by the wayside. Catching up is not likely, but I'll see what I can do going forth...
Class, and my five-minute heads.....
In my teensy purse Moleskine balanced upon my knee.
(which I curated again this year).
The studio was filled with beautiful art
(You can click any of these photos for a larger view. You can also see the full show catalog here
- and sparkly faerie ambiance.
In addition to the visual art and ambiance, we had Betsy Tinney
on the cello.
Mid-way through the evening, we had an 'artist/curator talk' where we discussed the pieces we created and our feelings about the Realm of Faerie.
There was quite a crowd - from young to old - enjoying the art offerings.
(I even think there might have been a few fae who came to check things out).
And of course, there was a faerie feast.
It was a lovely evening for all -
And some of the faerie paintings are going to new homes to enchant new owners.
The show is up through April 4th. Go check it out in person!
I started the painting, but didn't get very far. But with Krab Jab Studio's Faerie III show
coming up (the one I'm curating), I figured I'd better painting *something*, so I pulled this one out again.
I blew it up another 50%, and changed the color palette -
Dabbled in some other mediums - in this case, Pearl X metallic pigments.
(Look closely - you can see the sparkles!)
And this is how she ended up.
Fairie Masque. Mixed media on paper.
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With the Faerie III
open this upcoming weekend, I've been listening to fae-ish music. This one (Diese kalte Nacht) by Faun.