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Congratulations and many thanks to the Auburn Avenue Research Library for their recent acquisition of two (of my favorite) original pieces of art from A Place Where Hurricanes Happen, “The Flood” and “Window”. I am excited and honored to have my work included in this collection so that other students and lovers of art can access it.Display Comments Add a Comment
I'm so pleased to have been asked by the Allen Public Library to set up yet another display of my work in their gallery/lobby! The illustrations on display this time are from two of my books - The New House and A Place for Zero. The exhibit will be on display in case #4 until June 25, 2012.
I finally got around to listing some of things I made in my very own Etsy store!
Check it out and if you feel so inclined, crack open that wallet and buy something!
I don't normally sell my original art, so this is something new for me.
Heads up: The Halloween Heads and birds found in my Etsy store are the last ones I'm making this year, so when they're gone, they are gone.
Link: Stacy Curtis' Etsy Shop.
Tomorrow night is the 30th annual Original Art Show opening @ the Society of Illustrators! This show never disappoints, so hopefully if you're in the area you'll swing by and check it out! (click on the above image for details)
p.s. I was on the jury this year! Here's a link to the post about my experience back in August~
p.p.s. ALFIE is also represented in the show, if you want to see him up close and personal :)
The Original Art Show opening last week was a blast! The show is up at the Society Of Illustrators through November 24th. I hope if you're in the city you'll swing by—It's a great looking show! Here are a few photos from the evening:
Bought Plywood small oval and square shapes to start making ornaments for Christmas.
Mixed Media mini paintings and collage originals!
Ordered glass and glaze to make pendents.
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Announcing a number of art shows going on this weekend, Dec. 3-5. This is a great time to support your independent artists, crafters and musicians. Get your loved ones something unique and one-of-a-kind this season. It’s so much more fun than hitting the malls. Instead enjoy a weekend of creativity and inspiration.
First Friday at Stoneworks! 5% of all artwork sold helps local food banks and charities! Help local artists, help the community, and score some sweet art gifts for your loved ones!
I have 6 pieces in this show
Poster design by Evan Ames
Inside Is Delightful Art Show Space 2710 * 2710 W. Avenue 34 Los Angeles, CA
An evening of pure awesomeness!!! Come see some great art by some of LA’s most talented and exciting artists. Enjoy live music and be around fun and creative people. We will have snacks and refreshments available.
Also we will have a merchandise table full of unique handmade goodies that artists will be selling at the show. You won’t want to miss out on this.
I’m organizing this show and so excited by so many talented contributions.
Poster design by Evan Ames
The Chroma Studios’s Secret Shopping Spree The Chroma Studio * 8229 Santa Monica Blvd, Suite 101
Find that extra special hand-made holiday gift in an unlikely place…a hair salon! Come join us on Sunday!
Julie Ego – “My Ego Jewelry”
Genevieve – “Scarves”
Jaimee Itagaki – “Scorpio Moon – Photographs/Jewelry”
Diana Levin – “Whimsical Fantasy Paintings/Jewelry”
Susan Yokoyama – “Mini Psychic Readings”
Zodax and Rosy Rings – “Candles”
Sandra Chang-Adair – “Banzai Chicks T-shirts/Jewelry/Magnets”
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Next Tuesday, January 25th is the on-sale date of Kevin Henkes’ newest picture book LITTLE WHITE RABBIT!
We recently traveled to Madison, WI to film a series of videos with Kevin Henkes in his studio, and we can’t wait to show you the first video featuring the making of LITTLE WHITE RABBIT in full this Thursday, January 2oth, on our blog.
In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek of what you have to look forward to:
Check back here for more news about LITTLE WHITE RABBIT and Kevin’s soon-to-be-launched brand-new website. And be sure to stop by Under the Green Willow for all-things-Kevin and to hear more about Greenwillow Books!Add a Comment
Detail from a piece now available at Christopher Denise Original Art!
There's been a lot of activity buzzing around American Holiday Artists Studios Marketplace, and we'd love to have you all come by and see what our artist members created (theme this time was Vintage Circus) to celebrate our new marketplace site! The artists are excited about the new site as we are! And when their work sells, they may very well put a new piece up within the same month!
Come by and see what our artists have been up to:ahaartistsstudio.com
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If you live in or around NYC, and have interest in the book arts, then The Society of Illustrators is the place you need to be next Thursday evening October 22nd! It is the opening reception of the 29th annual Original Art Show, and I promise the exhibit never disappoints. I feel honored to be part of the show this year, and look forward to celebrating the work of this lovely industry~
And P.S. A big CONGRATULATIONS goes out to Brian who won a Silver medal for Moonshot, his absolutely gorgeous book!
In front of my piece (from That's Papa's Way). It was fun that Peter's piece was below mine, and Julia's piece was to the left of mine~ Goooo Team Rodeen!
A small part of the crowd, right before Chris Van Allsburg came up to accept his Lifetime Achievement Award. It was so wonderful to hear him speak, especially because his incredible books were part of what inspired me to work toward a career in this field!
SVA MFA unite! Taeeun Yoo, You Byun, me, Paul Hoppe, and Chris Butzer. Congrats to Tae and Chris, and to all my other friends who had their work on display (AND to all my other incredibly talented and hardworking friends who did not, and should have!). It was a great exhibit, and an event that I look forward to every year. The show is up through November 25th, so go check it out if you can!