Inspiration and Upcoming Events
Hello Fellow Color Lovers!
I am currently in San Francisco sitting on the steps that lead up to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). I walked in right as doors were opening at 10AM and just now have sat down to digest all the wonderful work I have been observing over the last 5 hours. It has been a wonderful, colorful day and I am excited to share it with you! PLUS, I was lucky enough to eat outside because the weather here is gorgeous!
I purchased this amazing bag (pictured to the right) that I intend to carry with me all day, everyday, everywhere for probably the rest of my life. It's Matisse inspired and "Art Every Day" is very much what I have been aiming for since around September. I also snagged "The Complete Color Harmony: Pantone Edition" which I will have available for viewing at the opening and closing receptions for my solo show for those interested more in color. The first little blurb rang so true for my color loving heart, "Imagine for a moment what it would be like to live in a world without colors, a world where we could only see black and white and shades of gray. It is almost impossible for use to imagine as color defines our world. The first thing you remember and the last thing you forget, color is an identifier; the visual cue that engages us; drawing us in to feel a connection with our environment and the things we love." I can't wait to dive deeper into this book! I also picked up some postcards of pieces that inspire me, because sometimes physical is better than digital!
Here's a look at what inspired me in the museum today:
Friday, February 21st
Fulton Street Gallery
Friday, February 28th
I'll be live painting at KAIA SQ Luciano Antonio Live Arts Teatro Fundus
TEATRO FUNDUS 6-7pm: Exhibition opens, 7-8pm : Luciano Antonio solo 8-9pm: KAIA String Quartet 9-10pm: Live Arts Exhibition Join us for an evening of live artists documenting live musicians in the exhibition hall of Fulton Street Collective, bookended with the first Teatro Fundus Live Arts Exhibition.
$10.00 suggested for admission, highly encouraged to buy art!
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Have a great week everyone!