old art

so i have decided to consoliodate my to blogs and just keep fair ophelia. i will slowly transfer over some of the posts. here’s the first… all of my old art from the 2006 show.

“creation” watercolor, charcoal, hand-made paper… basically mixed media. 2006 (AVAILABLE FOR SALE… MAYBE)

“josephine” mixed media on papyrus 2006

“Na-Do” mixed media on paper 2006

“laying nude” charcoal, hand-made paper on papyrus 2006 *** i love this piece***

“eyes of blue” mixed media on papyrus 2006 (AVAILABLE FOR SALE)

“j. pommy vega” charcoal and hand-made paper on papyrus 2006 (AVAILABLE FOR SALE)

“sitting nude” mixed media on cardboard 2006 (AVAILABLE FOR SALE)

“frida” charcoal and acrylic paint on tar paper 2006

commissioned house portrait 2006

1st graffiti piece, under a layer of paint and ruble by now… 2007

“picasso and his women” oil pastels, charcoal and hand-made paper on paper 2006

so that’s it for now, i still need to take pictures of this year’s art show pieces…

Some of the pieces are still for sale, but i can let go of them… maybe.

a space between

so i here, in a space between sewing, drawing, school, wife-hood and motherhood. this doesn’t happen often these last few months. I stopped working, on a regular basis, at The Vine, and started being “on-call.” I did this with the hopes of focusing more on sewing. We will see…

I am hoping to start an etsy store, but until then everyone can get a hold of me for bag orders by emailing: wordsinbminor@gmail.com

My husband extraordinaire has started writing again, but this time in the form of a blog. We meet and fell in love when we were both poets in Portland, OR.  We had two years of poetry craziness, before we got consumed with making art.  Neither of us have written anything for over a year now, almost three years for me.  So I am really excited that he’s at it again. We moved out of the warehouse and michael set up his studio in our garage.  Hence the name of his blog, of the garage

I start my teaching observation in the next week at the local high school.  This is the same institution that sucked four years from my life.  I will be with my old art teacher, Marty Warren.  I’m excited, but still at little nervous.