Oh HELL no, I did not let another month go by without posting! Criminey!!
It’s Wednesday afternoon, just a couple of days before Christmas, and all is quiet at Poudre Studio Artists & Gallery at Poudre River Arts Center. Only one other artist is working in her studio and the gallery has had a few visitors, giving me plenty of time to work. I’m doing two pieces for our February show, “Interiors.” One is an ode to the Barbie Townhouse I never had and the other is an ode to all of the shorehouses I’ve stayed in during my visits to the Jersey shore.They are coming along really well and I’m getting pretty excited about them. This photo is a part of the shorehouse shrine and I call it “beer on the half shell”.
The show was inspired by the book Mixed Media Dollhouses by Tally Oliveau and Julie Molina.
When I was a child, I always loved making things for my dolls; I had a dollhouse in progress when my friend Eliza showed me the book. We all talked about it here at the center and naturally, we organized a show!
There is still time to enter your work in “Interiors”, if you have a mind to. You do not need to be a Colorado resident in order to join in the fun. You may have already-completed pieces that fit the theme and that are dying for a new audience.
2 thoughts on “Excited About “Interiors””
beer on the half shell is a very clever piece. I wish I were close enough to come see your show. You really have to blog more often.
Hi Joanne… it makes me giggle when I think of it. I definitely will blog (and read other blogs) more often. I do so enjoy it. xo