So, I finished my ten boards for the Big 300 Show. I'm so psyched to have my work join the many other great pieces by amazing local artists for this huge, awesome show. A recap: 300 local artists create up to ten boards each. On Saturday December 8th the top floor of the Pioneer Mall in downtown Portland will showcase the almost 3000 pieces of art. The art is available for sale for the fantastic price of $40 per piece with $10 of that going straight to the Oregon food bank. It's win-win, peeps. The show is from 2pm till 9pm and not only will this show be a veritable feast for the eyes, there will be a bar and DJs to add to the fun. I really hope you can plan to head down there to check it out!
Tonight, Nov.8th 2012, marks the kick-off to this year's Siren Nation Festival! It's a month long celebration of creative women, show-casing music, art, film, writing and more. I'm excited that I have been invited to participate in the official kick-off party this evening by having my painting, "Family Tree" join the works of 40 other super talented women in the show, Sight Unseen: New Works by Women. Please come and join us! 6pm-8pm
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On Sunday, Nov. 11, I will be vending at yet another Siren Nation function. The Siren Nation Arts and Craft Sale will be held at McMenamin's Kennedy School from 11am till 5pm. I will be there sharing a space with the very talented Peggy Pfenninger and Alea Bone. I will have matted and framed digital copies of some of my photos, dragon sculptures, clay pendants and note cards featuring images of my paintings and photos. I also have unmatted and unframed digital prints available as well. All items are priced to sell! This can be a great start to any holiday shopping you may have and it is always very cool to give handmade gifts!
To learn more about Siren Nation and to check out the calendar of events for the entire festival, check out this link:
Many cool things going on, check it out!
Mundane musings from a modern Mnemosyne