The month of July is coming to an end, as is our life in the Bellevue apartment, and my one-month show at the Twilight gallery.
Opening night was wonderful, and I got to see many of my favorite people! Pieces are selling and I’m going to collect what’s left at the end of the month. Wednesday, July 31st is the last day of the “Bitter, Sweet and Slightly Dirty” show.
“Eyes to Knees” – one of my favorites.
“Double Amputee [Legs]” (Top red framed piece) was the first to sell. I’m going to miss her!
I’m going to be sad to pull this one down – I’m so proud of how the pieces look in this wonderful West Seattle space! If you get a chance this week, stop by – not just to see my art but also to see the awesome collection of locally-crafted goodies, including Tracy Cilona‘s Suffrajetsetter’s Series of xerox transfers, embroidery, and found materials, an incredible collection of drool-worthy jewelry [See Kim Merritt’s Gritty Jewelry!], zines, vintage clothing and much more.
Counting down the days till the move… only four to go! Hmmm… should get back to packing. I’m not proud of this, but I thought I’d share the current disaster that is my studio:
Okay, I’m not gonna lie, this is what the studio usually looks like after doing a weekend craft show, more or less. I really need to work on my organization skills: use this as a reference for what you don’t want your studio to look like. I’m still sporadically adding some older drawings to the MOVING SALE section of my shop, and will be for the next day or two before packing everything up for good to drive over to the new apartment! I want to say a HUGE thank you to all you guys who are helping support the move by picking out some original work for me to ship off to you! I owe you big time! *_* (Is that a happy starry-eyed face, or just one in shock? I intend the former)
Phew! Here’s a kitty:
Have a great Wednesday – what has been keeping you busy lately?