Snowmen

Do you have some fun and funky bottles? What about knick-knacks and gathered treasure waiting to become an art piece? Sue Pelletier has created the snowmen pictured here and also offers workshops. Sue is a mixed media artist and has been published in Somerset Studio, Cloth Paper Scissors, and Art at the Speed of Life,Continue reading “Snowmen”

Workspace Table by Girl Inspired

Have you heard of Pinterest? I discovered this workspace table there and then visited the blog of Girl Inspired. The table is modeled after a Pottery Barn table. Isn’t this a great idea? I love the shelving on the sides and then the nice big workspace on top. This is a project I would likeContinue reading “Workspace Table by Girl Inspired”

Kansas Citizens for the Arts

Art advocates please visit Kansas Citizens for the Arts. There are two surveys on their website to help reinstate funding for the arts in Kansas.¬†There is one survey for arts organizations and one for artists and arts advocates. If you are not aware of what is taking place in Kansas, the Governor cut out ¬†allContinue reading “Kansas Citizens for the Arts”

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art has a family scavenger hunt every third Saturday of the month. It is free and at the end of the hunt they give kids a take home art activity. Scavenger Saturdays for Families Kemper Museum | Free, No Registration Required Hone your art detective skills and discover something newContinue reading “Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art”

Scrivner’s Creative Center

If you are in the Leavenworth, Kansas area be sure to check out Scrivner’s Creative Center. The owner, Cricket, has an excellent business which offers art and music classes for kids, craft nights for adults, and runs the shop as a co-op for artists. You can find unique one of a kind items at reasonableContinue reading “Scrivner’s Creative Center”

Soldering Workshops with Blessed and Distressed

Today I am sharing several workshops that I have taken at The Peackock Cafe with Sheila. You can get a glimpse of Sheila’s talent on her blog, Blessed and Distressed. In an earlier post I recommended a soldering book by Lisa Bluhm entitled, Simple Soldered Jewelry and Accessories. It is an excellent source for solderingContinue reading “Soldering Workshops with Blessed and Distressed”