Posted on July 13, 2009 by Judith
OK transparency wise I must tell you these ceramics were made by my sister Mara who recently showed at The Academy in Vancouver and also attended the Lower Fremont art show on Friday evening in Portland.
Check out her work. She also recently had her senior show in La Grande where she got her B.A. in Fine Art and will be getting an M.A. in teaching. I love it! I haven’t talked to her since last week but I hope she sold many a “house” at the show.
If you’re interested in any of the ceramics you see here, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll connect you with her!
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Posted on October 19, 2008 by Judith
Oh this is too much! How could anyone love CSI this much? It’s the crime scene tape scarf with the words “Crime Scene DO NOT CROSS” boldly emblazoned across it. Bad bad bad idea. You can also use the scarf to scare the crap out of your housemates when they come home late and see it wrapped around the front door.
Just an idea…. Garish is too pretty of a word for these accessoriesfrom hell.
There are other crime scene accessories to go with like this crime scene carpet. It comes in the shape of a dead body lying on the ground.
Yes, it’s true that there’s only one size but they do come in three colors.
Pretty is as pretty does
The Ecsotype http://ecsotype.com/bags/presse online store on the other ah … hand has a to-die-for bag called the Presse mixed material utility bag.
In addition to its other incredible attributes, there’s a no-shock divider pocket inside to protect your laptop or camera. It’s made of leather and nylon with multiple internal/external pockets and a leather-braced gusset. Looks perfect for travel.
Well-heeled art you say?
Check out Mark Schwartz’s blog.
No … high-heeled art. Mark Schwartz, accomplished shoe designer and artist, who studied under Andy Warhol, nay was essentially “pushed by Warhol into developing his artistic side and creative levels encouraging Mark to continue to his capricious approach to fabricate his artistic style of painting shoes as art.” Deep breathe and … “The subliminal influence of … Warhol provided him with a canvas to create a multifaceted panorama of collages, paintings and whimsical interpretations of “shoes as art.”
Although … he is rumored to be Oprah’s favorite shoe designer.
Better than food as art I say. Here, you decide:
Check out his web site for many more! Shop on!
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Posted on September 12, 2008 by Judith
“To find in ourselves what makes life worth living is risky business, for it means that once we know we must seek it. It also means that without it life will be valueless.”
- Marsha Sinetar
Tonight is lower NE Fremont’s Art Walk and Sidewalk Sale including Poppy & Ivy, County Cork, La Bodega, Acadia and Rerun and more. Lots of local artists … shopping, wine and appetizers at the stores/restaurants all located between 7th and 14th from 5 to 9 p.m.
Speaking of Amy Holland at Poppy & Ivy on NE Fremont – she has added Violet’s Handmade Boutique featuring the “Kung Fu Bambini” line of children’s clothing. Hollands says the “store-in-a-store” kids couture clothes from size 0-3 months are “ridiculously cute.” “Her adorable baby clothing including tee’s, cloche hats, booties are made from chenille as well as other fabrics and they sell in four other countries!
We’re SO thrilled with this announcement,” Holland says. “We are two women who love vintage items and support buying handmade and local. We both have minds racing at all hours of the night … figuring how we are going to creat the NEXT big thing. What do we sew, paint, collage, embellish or find next?”
Check out the sale tonight and Violet Craft’s (yes, how could she not be a DIY’er with a name like that?) web site as well.
Check out some of the adorable outfits she has in stock.
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