Who the heck is "Old Arty" you might ask? Two years ago I felt that I needed something that would help people find the studio so during a hot August week I decided to create a flag. At first I wanted to do a complicated triangle pattern but it was soon abandoned for a flag that could resemble the look of stained glass and was a little easier to sew. Using rip-stop nylon and my trusted sewing machine, "Old Arty" was born. Feeling a little like Betsy Ross, my flag flew proudly in front of the studio. Unfortunately a rip-stop nylon flag out in the Texas heat and winter cold....should I mention rain and hail.... doesn't last more than a year. Once again the holes are patched, the rips are repaired and my flag is happily flying again.
Saturday, August 31, 2013
Friday, July 5, 2013
July brought a fantastic First Friday Denton. One of my favorite artist, Mick Burson, was the featured artist of the month. His work is fresh and clean with a focus on the home. Many of his works are done on wood panels with paint and stain and often looks like wood inlay. Most of the work on exhibit is from his series "I should have stayed Home". Our "Girl Power" Music was provided by Cassie Kidder and Julia Runge. This was the first time they had performed at the studio. Singer/songwriters are soulful performers and the crowd was not disappointed. For our community art project we took to the sidewalks for chalk art. Music, art and friends make a great combination for a Friday evening.