PINK SUNDAY Open Studio, An Alternative To Black Friday

Art, art collecting, Events

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.

Get Your Freak On!

Painting With My Left Hand, Products

Your ask was my command. The Schiltzie Tee’s are now available.

New in the Pink Buddha HEAD SHOP:

This T-shirt has a classic fit for classic FREAKS with a thick cotton fabric.
Based off the original Left Hand Painting by artist and Pink Buddha creator, Terri Lloyd, this truly a one of a kind shirt.

In case you don’t know, Schlitzie was one of the pinheads in the 1932 classic film, Freaks. Schiltzie was born with microencephaly and was sold off to various side show acts throughout his lifetime. Loved by all who worked with him, he brought joy wherever he went.

• 100% cotton
• Fabric weight: 6 oz (203 g/m2)
• Pre-shrunk
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping

Sizes: Small to 5X
Get your Freak on today!
https://pinkbuddha.pink/product/schlitzie-short-sleeve-t-shirt/

Cetaceous Offering

Art, Left Hand Painting, Painting With My Left Hand

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.

Duck, Duck, Swan (Left Hand Painting)

Art, Left Hand Painting

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.