3/8/12

March is turning out to be a great month! Teaching classes and published work!
















































































What's not to love about March? Here's what's happening at JonesMoore Studio Art:
It's been a long, cold, dark and somewhat stressful  "winter", but as we all know winter always turns into spring! The crocus are popping up, birds are singing, evenings are "lighter", the grass is growing like wildfire and the "road" is calling me (very loudly I might add).

My job at Schack Art Center, both as as art class coordinator and instructor, continues to present both joys and challenges, similar to raising a child for the first time! I am so fortunate to be able to work in my field and teach art at such a beautiful facility. Schack opened less than one year ago, and is now a major destination for artists, art lovers and "seekers and learners" who want to know how to find one's way down the creative path. If you are anywhere near Seattle, you must drive north to Everett to visit this incredible art center.

Pictured above: Top: a "sneak peek" at a portion of my published work in the book "The Pulse" of Mixed Media", called "Marilyn" (based on memories of my mother). Center: "Oaxacan Door",  altered photo. Bottom: "Red Square", encaustic.

7 comments:

  1. Sounds like a great month for you indeed! Love the artwork that you have shown here and the class sounds great. Off to tweet about the glimpse of your piece in the book right now!

    ReplyDelete
  2. so glad that many things are going great for you - most likely all that good karma is multiplying... let's hope it continues for you!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Congratulations Lisa on all that you have going on! Looking forward to seeing your work in Seth's book.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Congrats on all your many accomplishments.. and happy 21 birthday to your daughter.. you are busy teaching and making wonderful collages.. and congrats to you on being in Seth's book too.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Thank you all for visiting...feeling very humbled.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Sounds like it's been a busy month. Congratulations on being in Seth's book, I was excited to have a piece of work featured in it too. So many incredible artists.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Can't wait to see the book too! Congratulations!

    ReplyDelete