Calling all nocturnal creatures and sea things!
And plain ol’ humans looking to celebrate summer and support local art…
Blue Hand Art Collective’s summer show is just under two weeks away!
Should be wet. Should be wild. (there are squirt guns involved. and a baby pool.)
Come howl at the moon with us!
Getting pumped for future shows!
Get ready for our gypsy caravan, rollin’ into town this fall. Vagabonds, fairies and woodland creatures all welcome.
Ashley, Ellen and I gathered our nicknacks, costumery, feathers and crystals and took over this abandoned garden for a few hours. All in a day’s work.
More coming soon.
Brainstorming for the next show- Honoring La Luna…
Water. Reflection. Mirrors. Femininity. Mystery. Shadow Self.
Also working on the fusion of my two passions…
Yoga Action Painting!
So much is blossoming at the tail end of this Spring. Kicking the summer off right!
More details coming soon. lovelovelove!
Blue Hand Art Collective’s debut show was a great success! Thanks to everyone who came out to support local art! We couldn’t do what we do without you beautiful people.
(“Shrine of Love”- collaborative installation by Ashley Warner and Sedona Alvarez.)
(Group shot of the artists involved in show #1. What a crew…Great teamwork)
Visit bluehandkc.com to find yourself in our photo booth and to see a broad overview of the show.
More photos can also be found in the “Shows” drop down menu at the top of the page.
a distracting new discovery, to say the least.
i’ve started a series of “sorta stories” inspired by my fuzziest dreams and memories. do you ever find yourself having a beer or something, and then out of the blue you have a flash of a memory from when you were like…three? and you’re walking around a one bedroom apartment pushing your snoopy doll around in a toy carriage or something? no? well…
those types of thoughts are what i’m trying to capture. so i have to revert back to thinking like a child…which isn’t very tough for me, actually.
needless to say, my new discovery has helped in shedding light on these once dormant memories.