Whoa, I've been busy. (!!!) Between figuring out what to sell in my online store and preparing for a wide variety of art shows, I've been navigating my creative tornado experimentally in and out of the studio. No idea where April went, but she was a fun month!
Mid-month I bummed along on a business trip and made a mini visit to Savannah to scope out the SCAD scene. I dare say, Savannah is much more than Spanish moss-covered trees, mint juleps and peach everything -- that is one ferociously charming city. Lots of creative energy, too. Loved it!
|Snapped this pic at the Fort King George historic site. Spanish moss for daaaays.|
In other news . . .
Coming up in a few weeks is Inter(ART) on May 13th in Minneapolis at the Target Plaza Commons.
I'm finalizing plans for what I'll be painting . . .
*** HINTS: ***
- it will be colorful
- it will be L A R G E
- no more hints
What else, what else...
Remember my submissions last month for the paranormal art show? Well...my watercolor painting "Aquatic Abduction" was accepted into "The Art of Darkness: Inspired By the Paranormal" show at the Banfille-Locke Center for the Arts! This is a completely new genre for my paintings, so I'm very excited. My inner Dana Scully is also pretty pumped.
That's all for now! Stay tuned as I unveil my new online shop :)
The musical selection for today is from the new Nada Surf album. I've hit the repeat button A LOT on this beautiful collection of tunes. It's my favorite kind of alt rock: peppy and reflective! Enjoy <3
"Cold to See Clear" by Nada Surf via YouTube