Sunday, August 23, 2009

A Satisfying Creative Weekend

The Multicultural Integrative Kidney Education project mural is progressing at amazing speed. From day to day it is evolving and I look forward to seeing it each time I return to paint as I see it take on a new and exciting form. The talented artists of all ages that are coming out to volunteer is incredible. Robin Corbo is an amazing lead artist and it is an honor to work under her direction. I hope you can all make it to the mural dedication on Sunday, August 30 at 4 pm at 703 NE Hancock to see this fabulous project reach it's completion and to honor all the youth who have leant their creative hands to the mural. This weekend I also had the opportunity to take a wonderful workshop given at Bullseye Glass by Carrie Iverson. I had the chance to learn and experiment with printing on glass. I look forward to incorporating this technique into my clay work and am excited to see where it will take me! This coming week I will begin to work on my piece for the 50/50 exhibit/scholarship fundraising piece for 100th Monkey Studio. I have lots of ideas brewing so check back to see it as it comes to fruition.

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