Monthly archive for ‘ December, 2011 ’

New Year, New Ideas…

30th December 2011 | 0 Comments

Ok, maybe not necessarily new ideas. More like new take on an old song and dance. Swarofski Crystal. Made famous and popular by Liberachi and all of his fancy stage attire. Swarofski is really fancy and refined glass–which in truth is the only glass I’ll work with unless it’s lamp work (see also in a […]

Winter wonderland

28th December 2011 | 0 Comments

The holidays are in full swing…between the beginning of winter, Chanukah, Christmas, Kwanza, Eid, and we’ve got New Years next week…could be fun! Most people take this time to visit family, travel, lots of shopping, and more than enough stress to go around. Naturally, this means writer’s block for someone like me who really does […]

William Rhodes

10th December 2011 | 1 Comment

Over the course of this year I have showcased several artists that I work with at City Art Gallery. I appreciate each of them that take the time to talk with me, share with me their techniques, thoughts, etc. I can not say enough about the artists who come together as a community to make […]

Angelo Di Pietrantonio

6th December 2011 | 0 Comments

As a City Art artist, I am pretty familiar with the ‘usual’ crowd. I may not remember everyone’s name, but I know everyone by face. Every back room show I volunteer to help with the hanging-I’ve talked about that inĀ  previous posts. But what I haven’t discussed is the monthly curator. Every month the curator […]

Last show of the year…

2nd December 2011 | 0 Comments

As the holidays ramp up, the show scene is going to a bit of a shuffle. I’m opening my last show of the year at City Art gallery and just starting in on the holiday stuff. The last back room theme show of the City Art year (December/January) is Affordable Art. Everything in the back […]