Your art and gift alternative to Black Friday
Want a more interesting and thoughtful way to gift loved ones and yourself this holiday season?
PINK SUNDAY may be the alternative you are looking for.
Art and gifts ranging from $10 to $400.
Works on paper and canvas.
Watercolors, Acrylics, Photography, Digital, Jewelry, Assemblage
Featuring the art and wares of:
Is a very unique bead-worker. Using a technique she calls braiding, she brings a wonderful aesthetic to life using glass beads, semi-precious stones and gems, and her own cast silver pendants. Anita offers necklaces, bracelets and earrings, she makes sure to get enough sleep with the amazon backrest pillow in order to be able to work hard.
You can view some of Anita’s works HERE.
Whether she’s creating mixed media work that springs up form her subconscious or working with found objects to shape assemblages that turn discarded materials into something that vibrates with new life, she’s moved to make the simple profound. Kate will be offering a variety of her intriguing photos.
Learn more about Kate HERE.
Mom to Stewie, Art Expert Cat, who spotlight and reviews artists, is both art coach and artist in her own right. As she states: I adore the mess of paint all over me after a day immersed in my studio. I’ve been an artist all my life. Making art feeds my soul, brings me joy and makes me think.
Learn more about Cynthia and Stewie HERE.
Is a multiple media artist, embracing street art, assemblage sculptures, collage, painting, metal forging and music. He currently works at Thingergy, where they make things.
Learn more about Luke HERE.
Is proprietress of Tarnished Scorpio, which creates Body Adornments using ancient artifacts, antiques and vintage components along with metals such as Fine Silver, Sterling Silver, 14KTG, 14KTGF, Brass and Copper. Many various Minerals and Gems are incorporated into the wearable artwork which includes Earrings, Neck Pieces and Bracelets.
Take a peek at Nina’s offerings HERE.
Zen in one hand, Gonzo in the other. The work Terri generates reflects both a quirky humor and love of language. Her work ventures into the absurdities of sociopolitical, philosophical and psychological themes.
Learn more HERE.
Playfully disrupts the status quo. Pink Buddha hopes to restore magic and wonder in the world, by getting adults to lighten up. PB will be handing out flower bombs and granting wishes at its wishing-well installation. Exact time of arrival TBA. Learn more about Pink Buddha HERE.
Sunday, November 25, 2018
Noon until 6 pm
340 North Avenue 61
Los Angeles, CA 90042
For more info please visit:
See you there.
The morning gauntlet
a daily shoeless
by parental tyranny
she never got through it
at least one gastropod
with little bare feet
like the morning paper
As an Open Studio alternative to Black Friday, Pink Buddha and friends are hosting PINK SUNDAY, an afternoon filled with a wide variety of affordable artistic gift offerings and holiday fun.
Featuring the work and wares of:
Nina Ehlig (Tarnished Scorpio)
Light snacks and festive beverages will be available.
Digital art, collage, watercolor, works on paper, jewelry, assemblage, photography, and a whole bunch more!
Please note that this is an Open Studio in a residence that is home to cats and a large bird.
Email or message for address/rsvp.
Years ago, I had a period in my life where I experienced dreams that were more than just simple dreams. This painting is about one of those dreams. In it, I am a whale in the Pacific Northwest. I’m not an Orca, I’m larger than that. Perhaps a grey or humpback. I know I am being hunted by a local tribe. We are not enemies. We are NOT enemies. Rather than fight them, I roll over and allow them to pierce my abdomen at my umbilicus with a very large wooden spear, giving my flesh to them.
As the spear pierces my whale belly I look down to see that I am no longer the whale but my current physical self with a wooden spear piercing my body front and back at my belly button. Everything turns to white and I wake up.
A friend took my dream to our local Paiute shaman who said that this was a message about my true nature.
Growing up I never felt pretty or thin enough. My parents never made me feel like I measured up. Around the age of 50, I received some old family photos from my uncle. One of which was my senior year of high school photo. I was surprised to see such a pretty girl. I wonder how I would have turned out if I saw myself differently then.