Poet, artist, homemaker,mom, teacher-Which hat do I wear today?
Impress mom with your knowledge of art work by :blake croft, steve askin, tim mchargue, sally shapiro, paul richards, Lynnette diem,& jennifer o’neill pickering. Heck, she might want to take something home for that blank wall or next to the rhododendron in the garden or just add to her art education. Come schmooze with the bohemian on hand who will be happy to explain water media, light boxes, assemblage, bronze casting and more. May 12, 6-9pm, at the ivan ude gymik Fine Art Gallery, 1021 R Street, next to the Fox & Goose. Also open Tuesday-Sunday 11-5pm 530 417-2872
What did Charlotte and Emily Brontë have in common with Kurt Vonnegut and Sylvia Plath, besides writing? Come find out at The Second Annual Sacramento Writer’s Brush event. Can’t wait for the answer? Here is a hint: They all used both sides of their brains, the right to create art and the left to write and intergrated the two halves. Some of our greatest writers were also artists. Sylvia Plath’s mother once told her she had to learn to write as well as she drew. Some writers even achieved a separate fame with their art, such as Lawrence Ferlinghetti did with his paintings. In the tradition of these literary greats, the Second Annual Sacramento Writer’s Brush features local writers/artists
Artist, Jennifer J. O'Neill-Pickering is speaking the language of flowers at Capitol Public Radio through watercolors. Have you ever wondered what the veiled meaning is that is associated with a specific flower? Then, you might want to go view the twenty-three watercolor paintings by artist, Jennifer J. O'Neill-Pickering, on display at Capital Public Radio through June 26th. Different cultures and different periods of time have assigned various meanings to flowers and some of these are still with us today. During Victorian England, these meanings developed into a language called Floriography. People then selected different flower bouquets to convey various thoughts and feelings to their f