Bliss Gallery marks the debut of a promising new artist, Mr. Ryan, age almost five, a recent graduate of Everything School, and grandson of Blogland Lane resident Ms. kj mayor. In addition to his artistic achievements, Mr. Ryan is a near expert on two American presidents, George Washington and Hammerhead Lincoln. His next challenge will be designing a holiday collage of random stickers which he will place directly in front of doors and doorways, thereby making it impossible to pass from one room to another. Mr. Ryan also aspires to paint portraits of talking cars and trains. Refrigerator commissions are available on a limited basis at the whim of Mr. Ryan.
It has been a long time, but I thought it might liven up the place if we had an open art show again. The notice has been up for two weeks, so I hope I am not the only one to join the party. This show is open to all artists including word artists :-). Just do a post sometime today before six PM. We will start the show with some of my work from the top of the post working our way down: 3 new paintings, all mixed media on board, "Unfettered" 16"x16", "This is Why" 5"x 5", and the last painting is "Red calls Out Orange" 11"x 14", if you are interested in seeing more go to my blog here.
Next we have some of my handbuilt (not wheel thrown) ceramics, first a tiny feather vase then 4 of my one of a kind porcelain bowls. You can find these items on my ETSY site where I am now having a 15% off all items sale. I also have many other vases, pendants and a few ornaments on my site.
That does it for me. Please join me and look around, have some refreshments and post your own work! Don't let me be the only artist in the gallery!
P.S. Also want you to know that blogger will not let me leave comments on this blog! So I will not be able to comment on your work, but know I will be looking! XOXO
Me-I'm in the middle of my living room. I am typing and regretting that I didn't make coffee prior to beginning this post. Oliver the parrot is dozing-he wore himself out playing with a saltine cracker box. The lovebirds are sleeping too-they are busy pairing off and become partners so there is a lot of grooming and squawking and few friskier activities. I hope that one day (SOON) someone will lay an egg. I've got homes for any babies (I do count my chicks before they are hatched) so ....let the egg laying begin.
Please excuse any construction noise. As you may remember my house was built on the idea of the Winchester Mansion in San Jose, CA. but I think I want to tear it down and start again. Since I just decided this this very moment I'll have to mull it over and get back to you on further details.
So-that is all about me-what about YOU? Where are you as you read this?
It has been a long time! I am thinking that we need to have another art show at Bliss Gallery. Let's say November 2oth, Sunday at 6PM, All artists welcome, just do a post sometime on Sunday before 6. See you there! P.S. I am unable to leave comment in blogland, blogger won't let me! xoxo Annie