Monthly archive for ‘ January, 2012 ’

Earrings vs. Necklaces…

30th January 2012 | 0 Comments

I’ve made lots of jewelry over the course of the last 9 years. Mostly I make necklaces and earrings…sometimes matching sets of necklace and earrings. As an artist who does sell my work and works to sell my art (figure that one out…) I have to work within societal rules of commerce…yep, economics. Buying and […]

Internal and External transformations

30th January 2012 | 0 Comments

With the new year most people make new years resolutions. Mine was/is to simply take better care of myself. For those who know me personally, this month has been an interesting roller coaster of coming back from a dark place in my life. I felt like I had lost a lot of myself in the […]

Love Hurts

27th January 2012 | 0 Comments

February. Most would think of St. Valentine’s Day, lots of chocolate, roses, etc. Me, I’m thinking about the City Art show that opens next week: Love Hurts. I’m a chainmaille artist, of course love hurts! I have hands that can tell insane stories of pliers callousing my palms, my nails have been chipped and ripped […]

A day in the life…

15th January 2012 | 0 Comments

This week was not normal for me…not that ANY week is normal. The week of any artist is going to be a jumble of meeting with people, galleries, other artists, and other places to potentially sell their work. This past week has been less creating and far more networking and promoting my work and the […]

The Tricksters

15th January 2012 | 0 Comments

Trickster Art Salon. Three little words with a world of meaning behind them for myself and others withing the Trickster community of artists. Last summer I met Stephanie (Trixie) who started up the Trickster Art Salon which is an art show with entertainment, community, and all kinds of interesting. The name Trickster–think the Archetype of […]

Shameless plug!

13th January 2012 | 0 Comments

Join us for the Salon, a party at Studio Gracia that showcases Bay Area artists of varying disciplines sharing brand new and risky work. Each artist has received ten free hours of rehearsal space at Studio Gracia to play, research and develop five minutes of material to share with you in a relaxed and intimate […]

The long and winding road…

7th January 2012 | 0 Comments

I mentioned in an earlier post that I am continuing my involvement with City Art gallery this year (as if there EVER was a question that I wouldn’t). I feel I’ve spoken at length on a few points about City Art but haven’t given a fair talk on the gallery itself. So here you go. […]

The cold season

5th January 2012 | 0 Comments

After the holiday season, I like many of my friends and even family, go through a lull where it’s still kind of dark, still kind of dreary, and still kind of cold. San Francisco doesn’t have much issue with the kind of cold–it’s a relative stable temp year round with exception of the wet season […]