Last Friday, we had the First Friday Art Stroll. It was slightly slower, because of the holiday, but it was still a pretty rockin’ time! Here are some of the new pieces that made their debut.
Only two of these pieces by the amazing Vanessa Colunga made their debut last Friday: Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde. Tesla and Lucille Ball each lasted less than 24 hours before they went to their forever homes. I didn’t even get a good picture of them! Here’s Vanessa with Brandon, the lucky owner of Tesla. Prints of both, as well as the rest pictured, are available.
You can just see Lucy peeking over Vanessa’s shoulder.
Stephen Henry brought us these amazing oil paintings titled “Morning,” “Noon,” and “Night.” I can’t get enough of them…
David Bown never ceases to amaze me with his mixed media portraits. Trust me when I say you have to see them in person to really appreciate them.
A few of my paintings hit the scene too :)
Tomorrow marks the official start to Ogden’s Farmer’s Market, and we’re super excited! Our very own Jessica Hollon will have a booth out front of Pandemonium starting at 8 am. She’ll have original art, prints, and other fun stuff. She’ll have quite a few things on sale (including the very popular “Ooooooooooooh!” which is 25% off this month), so stop by and give her some love.
While you’re here, come inside and check out the new art and pick up your very own Pandemonium Art Gallery t-shirt for only $20!
Can’t make it down but want a shirt anyway? You can get them on my website, here!
We’ve had a really great response to our videos! However, we’ve had several of you express your disappointment in the fact that we were discontinuing our public paint parties. Because of that, I’ve decided to continue them a bit. I don’t know how often, but keep your eye on my calendar. As always, we’re still doing private parties!
Ok, I know “beyonder” isn’t really a word, but whatever. Anyway, next month is our 2 YEAR ANNIVERSARY! I can’t even believe it. It’s gone by so fast. I’ll probably have something fun planned, so make sure you subscribe to my blog or follow me on Facebook to keep yourself in the know.
I hope everyone has a beautiful summer, and I hope to see you all at the Farmer’s Market!