Vermont Studio Center Artist Residency Campaign.
Update 10/16/2016: I have met my goal! Today the campaign moved to "in demand" status, which means you can still participate and purchase available work for a little while longer at special prices. Click on the box to the left to visit the campaign and see what's still available.
A BIG "THANK YOU!!!" to all you wonderful people who participated in my campaign. the goal was surpassed and I'm on my way to the Vermont Studio Center in mid November. Stay tuned for updates from the studio.
With a grateful heart to...Cathe McDevitt, Nancy Case, Kevin Hogaboom, Gioia Kuss, Jess Manley, Brenda Jackson, Susan Els, Mary Admasian, Claude S., Lian Brehm, Lydia Littwin, Ally Howell, Holly Godfrey, Dee Christie, Richard Fetterman, Marion Gordon, Don and Rebecca Gerecke, Lydia Kern, Tom Way, Michelle Saffran, Kristin Richland, Jordan Douglas, Marge Godfrey, David Sisco, Anne Morton, Ted Bundgard, Diane Warneck, Deb Norris, Teresa Davis, Jane Watson, Deb Brown, Sarah Bunker, Michelle Quinn, Kippi Lundgren, Donna Vieth, Janet Peshkin, Carl Rubino, Galen Cheney, Catherine Goodfellow, Holly Pedrini, AND all you lovely supporters who wish to remain anonymous. Sending giant hugs of gratitude to you all.
The I have been selected from an international pool of over 1,500 applicants to attend the Vermont Studio Center for 4 weeks this fall. This is huge opportunity for me to have uninterrupted studio time, indispensable critical feedback from fellow professional and accomplished artists, and valuable networking opportunities. All contributors will have the option of receiving original art as a perk for their donation, and the pride that goes with being a patron of the arts. Thanks for your support!
Click on the campaign box above to learn more & contribute today.
The SHE Project
A collaboration with multidisciplinary artist
Through October 28, 2016.
The SHE Project explores what women deal with as they transition from youth to seniority with regard to appearance & self-image in the social media era where we constantly see ourselves (and celebrities) and are seen by others. Consequently people have begun, consciously or not, a campaign of personal social branding and women seem to be particularly affected by this phenomenon. READ MORE...