Sunday, July 13, 2014

Summer Show 17th Ave Studios

Wow, I can not believe it has been since the Spring Show here since I last blogged. There really is so much going on in the land of studiomargo, which really is amazing, but so busy. Onward to the Summer Show, which we just wrapped up. It was indeed a good time had by all. The energy at the 17th is changing and moving forward and feeling so great! Really Check it out!
< http://17thavenuestudios.org/ >I did not have time to hop around to all the studios, here is a shot of studiomargo.





I placed up some encaustics work to see what the response would be. As always, everyone loves them. I am hoping to have more for Open Studios this October. Thank you All for who stopped by! Until next time!

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Spring Show at the 17th Avenue

This past Mothers Day weekend was the 17th Ave Spring Show. It was indeed fun to hang out and show our work and sell some work! This year the 17th Ave had the amazing Zameen come to the event, which was sooo yummy! Enjoy the pictures and if we didn't see you this time, you can catch us by appointment or at our Summer show in July!















































Doug Ross @ Artisans Gallery. Santa Cruz, CA

O Yes, I am blogging about Doug Ross and the Artisans Gallery again. Why? Well, why not? This past First Friday was fun, for many reasons. Take a look, we went to the MAH and checked out some really amazing art, Santa Cruz Culture, and community connection.





Doug Ross at the Artisans Gallery.





The Nikki McClure exhibition at the MAH is AMAZING! So great to see all of this work, the process and the years of work that are on display.






Here is a list of her favorite music that she listens to as she works.



Cool shadows .




 A very cool mural indeed. One of the parts that I love the most about the MAH is that it is  always changing, there is always something different, something new, something engaging. I really was attracted to this mural, very cool design and color palette. Mural by Zephyr Pfotenhauer.



Planet Ord, really amazing! I was so happy, and sad at the same time to see this exhibition created by Enid Baxter. As a proud OTTER of CSU, Monterey Bay, I lived and was educated on FORT ORD.  This exhibition was close to my heart and the amazing video footage with the stories, are really just amazing. If you get a chance to check out this exhibition please do.





 Back to the Artisans to catch the last wave of community!