Thursday, May 12, 2011
Pretty much anything I walk past, thumb through, watch, or shop for! I am always attracted to color combinations and textures. The towels displayed in Target, to the ads in a health journal, get my mind going with the possibilities.
When did you decide to pursue art or did art pursue you?
If you weren’t an artist, what would you be?
I can’t imagine not being an artist. But if I didn’t have the opportunity to pursue art like I do now, I can see myself having gone back to school over the last few years, probably to refresh my nursing.
What other jobs have you had which aided you on your artistic path?
I found a local store several years ago, and used to buy craft supplies there. I ended up teaching art/craft classes and loved sharing my techniques with others.
At the art supply store, which section do you gravitate to first?
I really love beeswax collage! I took a class last year with Suze Weinberg, who made it so much fun, and before that, I was introduced to the medium by our very own Christine Candora-Hickey! I am taking an encaustic workshop this month with Patricia Baldwin Seggebruch!
I would definitely own a store! (craft store, consignment gallery, co-op, etc)
With your work in it Donna, it would be a wonderful place! Thanks for the interview.
Labels: member interview
Thursday, May 5, 2011
|Alyson B. Stanfield, author of |
I'd Rather Be in the Studio!
image credit: Kimberly Lennox
The Carolina Mixed Media Art Guild will host a book party for Alyson, and here are the details:
Date: Saturday, May 21, 2011
Location: VAE (Visual Art Exchange) 325 Blake Street, Raleigh 27601
We would love for you pass along this book party invitation to all of the artists you know--the more the merrier!
We hope to see you there.
Labels: special event