Friday, October 23, 2009
Just recently myself and two other artists, Robert Baker and Jen Waler, were given the opportunity to do a very, very last minute show. We all had roughly one week to create a new body of work. For the first time, I worked in a relatively smaller scale than I am accustomed to...mainly so that I could carry the pieces around with me at all times to work on them. Lunch break at work: drawing. Breakfast at a restaurant with boyfriend: drawing. But, it got finished and hung and I was pretty happy with the results. The unsold pieces will soon be available on etsy.
Posted by tuesday schmidt at 10:49 AM
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Super excited for upcoming Kyrie Foundation Art Benefit! Last year's was great, but as it becomes an annual gig, we get better and bigger. This year we have a chef on site preparing pasta trios using food donated from Wholefoods Market! So, all organic, yummy! Plus, we have some super awesome artists participating! Fun times...and all for Kyrie, proceeds go to help research Pediatric Brain Cancer.
Posted by tuesday schmidt at 11:26 AM
Thursday, October 1, 2009
I'm a lot like a broken record. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. Making lots of stuff, getting behind on updating you bloggy, rinse, repeat. Recently got back from a show I participated in in Ketchikan, Alaska. After I curated the last Xx Chromosome I knew I wanted to venture out to the NW to show work...little did I know how far North and West I would go. It was such a neat experience. Ketchikan is beautiful, serene, and slightly surreal. Created new work for the show...but unless you're stopping by AK anytime soon, ya may not see it. Here are some samples.
Posted by tuesday schmidt at 8:29 AM