Only 2 spots left in my holiday beeswax collage workshop!!


To register, go to:  http://www.schack.org/classes/beeswax-collage-gift-cards-tags/

Beeswax Collage Gift Cards & Tags

Learn the art of working with warm beeswax and collage while creating beautiful cards and gift tags. You will work with various collage materials such as lace, rice paper, small photos and vintage ephemera. You will be able to create multiple cards and gift tags in this relaxed atmosphere, complete with music and "treats". Bring your own collage materials if you wish, or use the instructors' collage stash. No experience required!

Supply fee $15

Dates & Times
Class Fee: $50.00
Members: $45.00

December 12, Wednesday 3-7 pm
Ages: Teens 15+, Adults 18+


Back in the "saddle" again!

After a 5 month hiatus from working upstairs in my loft studio (due to a knee injury), I'm back! Oh-so-wonderful, oh-so-scary. Decided to just start working, rather than clean the place first. Feels great! Just gotta remember to keep my mouth closed, too may cobwebs hanging around...nothing is organized, but I am thrilled to be back.

Working on: barnacle/sea pieces and "Girls Night Out" series with plump fertility figures!


Bid on art for the auction to benefit NYC Hurricane Sandy relief!

Seth Apter, NYC mixed media artist and author of "The Pulse of Mixed Media",  is auctioning off some incredible artwork from various donors to benefit victims pf the NYC/Hurricane Sandy disaster. Proceeds will be donated to the Mayors Fund to Advance New York City. Please visit Seth's blog for more  information. The bidding ends just before midnight on November 11. Time is of the essence!

Above: "Corazon for NYC", by Lisa JonesMoore, encaustic and mixed media, 5x5x2".


Amazing fun at the Tacoma Art Museum!

The Dia de los Muertos celebration at the Tacoma Art Museum was, as usual, a heartfelt and colorful event! Beautiful community altars, dancers and families were all present. The museum really knows how to showcase this wonderful cultural event. It's the next best thing to actually being in Mexico...

An added bonus! Andy Warhol's "Flowers" were on display, as well. WHAT A TREAT! A must-see.