Want free art? This 5×5 original piece of art could be yours! You could find it somewhere in suburbia as part of Free Art Friday NoVA! Keep an eye out for this little piece of art, and more to come, Fridays in Northern Virginia. I’ll be leaving my pieces in Fairfax. If you would like clues for how to find free art, or if you are an artist who would like to participate, check out Free Art Friday NoVA on Facebook. I love the idea of someone finding a free piece of original art. I’m hoping it will bring a bit of joy and wonder into someone’s day.
Looking for another fantastic opportunity to view incredible art this summer? Join us Sunday, August 18, 8pm-11pm for an art exhibit opening party at Epicure Café, 11213-A Lee Highway, Fairfax, Virginia. So excited to be included in this fabulous group show also featuring artwork by Lina Alattar, Kim Murphy Lyons, Alexa Eisner, and Anya Getter. Enjoy music by Andrew Vilar. See my photography and mixed media pieces and more in person. Hope to see you there!
A rabid bat. A spasm of birds, separating in blue on blue. Nostalgia. This day, only before and away. Away. Take a lower look to all that has fallen. An intrusion of soil, separating in green on green. Shards of absence and hunger. A rewriting of us. Look. There is a calling. You are pulled towards a serrated remembering. The cutting in and cutting out of garden shadows. Ghostly abstractions that struggle to find a host.
Finishing up some work by gluing tiny bits of moss to this collage today…come see it in person, along with other recent Blue Shag pieces, this Saturday, July 13, 2-4 at the Adam Lister Gallery, 3950 University Drive, Fairfax, VA. Incredible group of local artists! Hope to see you there!
Look at her, my love, proof of peace. All cascade, all swoon, all grace. She dines by moonlight, and backflips, curling through this blue sea of my true origin. She is all cotton candy. She is all feather and tentacle. She is all bramble and seagrass and moss and weed. This girl is a shipwreck. This girl now breathes under water.