I am excited to announce the birth of my website – it was a month in the making and I am proud of my accomplishment. This was the first website I have ever built.
Go on…..check it out
Participation in a local Holiday Sale in Point Richmond, California, will be fun, exciting and impactful. Whether you’ll be shopping for the holidays, getting out and seeing some great art or just spending some quality time with your loved ones – what ever reason you have for coming to the Arts of Point Richmond Holiday Sale, YOU can make a difference.
Shopping locally and supporting artists has more of an impact on lives than shopping at Target, Walmart or any of the big box stores. Make a commitment to help the people in your area before making the fat cats fatter. Isn’t that what the holidays are about? What a wonderful way to support your local artists and get your holiday shopping done all in one fell swoop.
There will be all different types of art being offered by talented artists – myself included. The participating artists will be selling their cards, stationery, jewelry, metal work, ceramics; I will be selling my handmade books, stationery and a few Encaustic Paintings.
Arts of Point Richmond Holiday Show is on Saturday, December 8, 2012. It will be held at the Point Richmond Community Center, 139 Washington Street, Point Richmond, California. The hours of the show will be from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm. It’s FREE, and there will be coffee, hot spiced cider and cookies.
I look forward to seeing you there!
I am very proud to announce that I will have a 10’x10′ area with 3 tables, a tent and loads of art for sale at Mulford Gardens Art & Music Festival on September 29th from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. Entrance is FREE and there will be some really fantastic musical bands – awesome food and really amazing ART!
My friend Karyn Crisis will be bringing some prints of her paintings to sell also – so come early so you don’t miss out! Her stuff is so wonderful; you’d be very lucky to be able to pick up one of her giclée prints at this festival.
Here are some of the items I will have for sale – I have made the exclusively for this festival. If you can’t make it to the festival, what I have (if anything) left over will be for sale in my etsy shop. http://www.etsy.com/shop/RavensNestArt.
My last post I talked about thinking like an artist. Well, I have been living the life of an artist which includes NOT being on the computer, that is why it’s been awhile since my last post. I have been trying to get my art out there into the world. I have applied to be in a book, I applied for a juried encaustic show in New Mexico. I should hear back from both of them by the middle of September. I am feeling pretty good and no matter what happens, whether I get in the book or in the show it will be okay. I am trying, I am working to become a true artist and I feel my art is good enough for all those things and more! I know it’s just a matter of time before other people know it.
Recently I was asked to participate in an art walk put on by Urban Solutions SF, a non-profit organization here in San Francisco. I will be participating September 28th as well as October. It is very exciting because it will be 2 blocks of art with live music and art at every turn. The Central Market area of San Francisco is an up and coming art mecca and I am proud to be a part of the new growth. I am really looking forward to have a show with all my art and talk to the people in the neighborhood. I want to do what ever it takes to put myself and my art out into the world.
I will also be participating in the Mulford Gardens Art & Music Festival, September 29, 2012. It is located in San Leandro, California and will be from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. I have been making a lot of handmade note cards, handmade journals and handmade address books for this festival. I will be selling a lot of other goodies that I have put together for this show along with all my art.
Here is a slide show of some of the stationery sets and handmade journals I will be selling at this festival. I hope you all come out, it should be quite fun.