Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘artists’

Tomorrow, September 5th is the official opening of the Emerging Artist show at the Plum Art Gallery in St.Augustine, FL. 5-9pm. The show runs from the 5th-27th of Sept. I am so excited to be showing at the gallery, my comparison paintings will be on display and for sale.

If you cannot make it to the gallery, but are interested in purchasing any work please contact the gallery at, 904-825-0069 This is a link to their website, http://www.plumartgallery.com/

You can view all of the comparison paintings on my website in the painting sections for 2013 and 2014.

www.johannafalzone.com

I will be present at the show, so come by and say Hi!

Read Full Post »

Clare Elsaesser, Ring of Roses, Acrylic on Watercolor Paper, 8.5″x9″, 2012.

So while I have been waiting for a big bundle of brand new studio supplies, I have had much time to clean out and organize things while also staring at really cool art on the internet. Here are a few links of my current favorites,

http://aleksandraniepsuj.blogspot.com/

http://www.simoncheadle.com/

http://www.thokamaer.com/

http://www.markelfinearts.com/artist/Yolanda_Sanchez

http://paginademaria.wordpress.com/

http://www.candacecouse.net/embroidery.html

http://www.gagosian.com/artists/cecily-brown

http://www.blankproject.co.uk/artwork

http://www.davidadey.com/

http://clareelsaesser.com/

Read Full Post »

So about three weeks ago I spilled gesso on my carpet and freaked out, then Libby and my Mom saved me by prescribing the cure of Goo Gone and Carpet Cleaner.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Also for the past couple weeks I have been making sculptures and books. I do not have any pictures of my recent books yet, I am going to wait until I am finished making the box for my two “Andersen” books and completing the altered book and mini book that goes inside the altered book to take pictures and upload them to the blog.

I have decided on a final display for my Marie Antoinette paintings, also I have some awesome news that I will share probably sometime next week.

Also two weeks ago was the “Under Pressure” printmaking show at the Cummer of which Brianna, Sara, and myself attended to see the great Don Martin’s work (my independent study professor/book arts professor/gives me pep talks and has a mustache) and Ryan Tempro (classmate friend who paints with the impossible knife aka the palette knife). Their work was groovy along with the screen print I got from the UNF demo kids. Also because food is awesome, the food was awesome and I drank that wine faster than my norwegian blood could catch up with and the man that checked my I.D. took forever, I don’t think he believed I was 21.

In addition to art making I have been busy finishing papers, artist re-enactments etc. and its been awfully boring having to work on those projects, but I will soon be able to just sit down scan drawings and make sketches for my new series of paintings I am planning for 2013. Also I have been trying to make an effort to hang out with friends and do fun things, because it seems art tries to take over my life more than it should and that I can handle sometimes, so a little outing is nice once in a while or just plain messing around in the studio and not doing anything art related. I even listened to the Spice Girls CD “Spice” three times over the weekend and had my own personal dance party, along with spending two days with Callie doing random fun stuff. Thanksgiving I spent with my parents brother, Callie, Sofi, and Callie’s parents, it was really nice and now I think I’m just writing a journal entry… I’m going to stop and leave you with the Spice Girls.

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »