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‘Tis the Season for Holiday Sales

Everywhere I look, I see advertisements and postcards for holiday sales.  In addition to the big box retailers, department stores and specialty stores, there are many fine arts and crafts sales taking place in the next week. If you’re looking to make it a handmade holiday this year, here are a few places to shop … Continue reading

How to Make Art from Trash

Today I’m giving suggestions on how to make art from trash. Ok, it doesn’t really have to be trash but it could be, or any old, extra pieces of stuff you may have lying around your studio or house.   I got the idea from a project my girls were doing in their art class.  They … Continue reading

Get Creative with Reused Cards

Now this is what I call creative recycling! Mixed media artist, Orna Feinstein, created a large-scale “MULTI-LIBRIUM” site-specific paper installation made of 10,000 reused cards that will be on display at Box13 Artspace in Houston from Saturday, July 14th through Saturday, August 18th, 2012. MULTI-LIBRIUM is installed on the floor and examines and illustrates the concept of … Continue reading

Havana ’59 Exhibit Opens at CAC Tonight

Havana ’59 Exhibit Opens at CAC Tonight

It’s Arty Facts Friday and there is lots going on at Community Arts Center this weekend. Tonight, don’t miss the opening of George Rothacker’s Havana ’59, an exhibit of more than 35 paintings of the cars, architecture and people of Cuba, created between 2009 and 2011. Also on display are selections of paintings from former … Continue reading

Judith Ingram: In Memoriam

Mixed media artist Judith Ingram was a long time member and friend of Community Arts Center. Without the benefit of a formal art school education, she achieved a national career, received numerous awards and influenced many artists. Richard Rosenfeld, in his reflection and note of appreciation on Judith, said, “Judy’s life reflected her art.  She … Continue reading