Hey everybody! This Thursday, Art House Gallery in downtown Fresno will be hosting the opening reception for their third annual Women’s Show. I’ve participated in this show every year so far, and I’m very excited to be participating again this year. It’s always a great event featuring amazing work from local female artists, great live music, and just tons of really lovely people having a lovely time. If you’re curious to see a little preview of what will be on display, here are some photos I’ve taken around my studio the past few weeks as I’ve been prepping for the show.
Sometimes Tali likes to stick her butt on my artwork as a kind of stamp of approval. She also uses her butt as a stamp of disapproval. Basically she just likes to stick her butt everywhere.
The Art House Gallery is at 1612 H St. in Fresno. Doors open at 5pm on Thursday, May 7th. I hope I will see you there!
Hey everybody! I just wanted to share this short piece from Valley PBS on Fresno Art Hop. It features several local artists including me and fellow printmaker Zachery Bland. They kept asking us about the gallery and Art Hop in general…but all we wanted to do was talk printing. I’m glad we made it into the final edit anyway.
This was filmed at a gallery called Corridor 2122. Zach and I were there representing Print and Glory, doing a live t-shirt printing. Print and Glory is the Fresno State printmaking club made up of students (like Zach), instructors, and community members like myself. Print and Glory does live printing events around the Valley in order to raise money for the printmaking club, pay for visiting artists, and host free workshops for students and the public. These live printings are also a way for us to engage with the community, and familiarize and educate people about what printmaking is and why it is awesome.
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Tags: art, California, central valley, design, Fresno, fresno arts council, gallery, local art, pbs, print, printing, printmaking, public telivision
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