Pink Sunday: Your Alternative To Black Friday

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PINK SUNDAY
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:
Anita Finnegan
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.

Kate Carvellas:
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.

Cynthia Underwood:
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.

Luke Saenz
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.

Nina Ehlig
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.

Terri Lloyd
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.

Pink Buddha:
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:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1192884087526109/

See you there.

 

 

 

 

PINK SUNDAY Open Studio, An Alternative To Black Friday

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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:
Anita Finnegan
Cynthia Underwood
Kate Carvellas
Luke Saenz
Nina Ehlig (Tarnished Scorpio)
Terri Lloyd

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.

Street parking.
Stairs.

Email or message for address/rsvp.

Setting up at the Venice Art Walk

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Didn’t have time to take more photos, it was a busy and bouyant evening. Big thanks to stARTup art fair, The Kinney, and Venice Art Crawl for making this evening possible.

Emily Maddigan’s boots reflect her work, so does that ca-razy jacket!

Architectural works of Rich Lanet (in back). And Lily Phan setting up next to him.

The process intensive works of David Koeth.

(L) Myopia, (r) Releasing, by moi.

Courtyard view with Ray and Josephine from stARTup.

Emily Maddigan’s shamanic sculptures.

Room 308, Save The Date

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You’ve been a fan for a while. Or perhaps you were waiting to see where my work would go. Now’s the time to come and check it out. This is also a great opportunity to get your hands on your favorite works, before prices go up.

Meeting you in person will make my day!

January 26 – 28, 2017

The Kinney Venice Beach
737 West Washington Blvd.
Venice, CA 90292

Public Hours:
Friday January 26, 2–10 pm
Saturday January 27, 12–9 pm
Sunday January 28, 12 – 7 pm

Coming Attractions

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Come see my series As Above, So Below at the stARTup Art Fair in January.

The fair runs from January 26 through January 28, 2018.

Location:
The Kinney Venice Beach
737 West Washington Blvd, Venice, CA.

Show Hours And Special Events

Friday, January 26: Noon – 10 pm
Press Preview/Vip 1st Look Preview: Noon – 2 pm
Guided room tours and special Opening Day Events: 2 pm – 6 pm
Opening Night Party: 7 pm – 10 pm

Saturday, January 27: Noon – 9 pm
Art Conversations and Special Projects throughout the afternoon

Sunday, January 28: Noon – 7 pm
Art Conversations and Special Projects throughout the afternoon

 

Perks, Prints In Production

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Perks are in production! ETA late next week. Shipping begins the following week.

In the coming days, I’ll be working on the production for the actual fine art prints. Thankfully, I left myself some production notes along the way regarding output issues like banding in gradients. Specifically the way I make clouds. A good thing happened along the way to producing this series and we figured out I had a banding problem early on when my then mentor asked for a set of images at full size. Banding happens from time to time when you pull a gradient from the Illustrator platform into the Photoshop platform.

It was an expensive lesson in giclee output limitations and what to do about it, but a good one. (Yeah, it’s tax deductible, baby!)

No, I won’t work Photoshop native, get over it. I’m all about the vectors. (That’s a size joke, btw.)

There is still time to grab yourself a little astrological art treat. No tricks. No sugar, no fillers, vegetarian, eco-friendly too! Seriously, if you were ambivalent about the Hatchfund campaign, but saw something you liked, now is a great time to grab it.
It is tax-deductible and you deserve a gift that gives more than once.

The As Above, So Below campaign ends, November 8.

We did it.

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Above, Pink Buddha celebrates by doing the Anchovy Dance.

That’s right, we did it. The As Above, So Below campaign funded at $5801, thanks to three angels stepping up and tipping the scales.

I’ve learned a great deal about myself, getting out of my own way, and out of my comfort zone. I’ve also learned some invaluable insights about how even my are is not all about me, me, me. Rather, it is about how your life may be enriched by having a relationship with the work and then perhaps with the me, the artist.

Because the initial goal was attained, I’ve been granted an extra 30 days to reach what is called my “stretch goal.” This is actually the full budget of the campaign based on being able to engage enough donors to reap the entire inventory of perks or thank you gifts. The campaign is taking donations until November 8, 2017.

Pretty cool.

I’m still in awe of the support I didn’t know I had. And my gratitude runs deep.

Now, it’s on to what I think is the fun part. Production for the perks and production for the actual art project itself. I’m looking forward to sending out the perks, it reminds me of Xmas.

I’ve also sent in my application for the stARTup art fair and suppose I’ll be hearing back some time in mid to late November. It’s curated, so there may be a possibility that I don’t get in to the L.A. show. We’ll see.

Meanwhile, I’ve been working on laying out the ground work for a new series, completed two more “mudras” and started the text for a graphic novel about cats.

There is still time to grab some really fun perks. Here’s the link: www.hatchfund.org/project/as_above_so_below

Call for art: Lummis Day 8

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©2013 Terri Lloyd/Lummis Day Community Foundation

©2013 Terri Lloyd/Lummis Day Community Foundation

LUMMIS DAY CALL FOR ART:
This year’s theme is “LIVE: verb, adjective, adverb.”

Open to interpretation, LIVE asks artists to interpret either the verb, adjective or adverb definition of the word.

This curated exhibition is open to artists of all media.  First preference will be given to Northeast area artists or artists with a connection to Northeast Los Angeles.

Art will be exhibited outside in the garden of Lummis Home, which gets taken care of with the best online gardening products.

Submission Deadline:
May 5, 2010

Notification by email only, May 10th.

Lummis Day
200 E. Avenue 43, Los Angeles 90031
Sunday, June 2, 2013
10 am until 5 pm

Personal canopies or market umbrellas are strongly encouraged.

$20 submission fee, 20% of sales returned to Lummis Day organization.
Send 6 images, bio/statement plus paypal receipt/transaction number to terri@terrilloyd.net

File size: Standard print resolution —300 ppi resolution, 2400 x 3000 pixels in either direction

Please name image files accordingly:
Lastname_ImageNumber.jpg
Lastname_Image7.jpg
Include corresponding image list.