My daughter and I had a great time last weekend, going around to visit several artists we know at the SE Area Artwalk. We were out Saturday, as were lots of others, looking at all kinds of art and craft. Our first stop was to visit long time friend, Laurie Vail. I first knew Laurie when we worked together in the Portland Women's Theater Company in the 80's. We saw each other again at the recent Theater Company reunion, where I found out Laurie is doing sculpture now.
Can you believe this metal quail? It's so perfect.
Love this silly rooster. What personality!
After visiting with Laurie and buying one of her trellises (sans spider, alas), we moseyed along to Amy Stoner who was showing her delightful encaustic work. I dragged out my phone and got some pictures.
Next stop was Cube Gallery on Hawthorne. Owner Kimberly Kent and Linda Womack were showing encaustic work. Linda will be having a solo show at Cube opening March 6.
A Vist to Inanna's Studio
I am in love with this piece of Inanna's.
Another of Sarah's new pieces. She did this colorful piece Tuesday also.
I do have a brand new class coming up--something really different for a studio class!
The Nun, the Entrepreneur, & the Courtesan
What do a nun, a painter and a courtesan have in common? Learn about the fascinating lives and works of Renaissance women Caterina Vigri, Lavinia Fontana, and Veronica Franco. You won't find this juicy stuff in history books! Let these women inspire you to create collage, painting, or mixed media pieces in this unique and informal workshop! All levels welcome.
Tuition: 75. All supplies and light snack provided
The Art of Your Life Studio
1210 SE Oak