UPDATED: Here are three small mosaics I made recently for a couple of events in Lawrence, Kansas.
I made the mosaic leaf ornament for the Climate and Energy Project’s silent auction, part of their 2019 Annual Fundraiser & Awards Celebration on Sept. 30. You can learn more about the event at the Climate and Energy Project’s website.
I made the star ornament to be included in a window display at Weaver’s Department Store in downtown Lawrence, Kansas, in December. The stars are being made by local artists, and the display is by artist Cyn Lester.
I made the whimsical rainbow mosaic, below, for theLawrence Percolator‘s “Art Not Bombs” show. Art at the exhibit was freely given to interested community members. The exhibit was meant to express that art is a human right and experiencing and enjoying art should be free and accessible to all. Organizers suggested the artwork could be made with recycled materials. I made this piece with repurposed dishes and a piece of an old wooden handrail.
All are invited to the opening reception for the Lawrence Art Center’s 2018 Benefit Art Auction on March 9, 2018, from 7-9pm (940 New Hampshire St., Lawrence, KS.) I contributed Windmill this year, a whimsical little scratchboard piece with a few color highlights. If you’d like to bid on it or another auction-piece, you can do so in person through the auction-event on April 14 (tickets needed), or bid on-line at the arts center’s on-line bidding link.
I made this new scratchboard drawing for the Lawrence Percolator’s forthcoming exhibit Make Love. The show opens on Final Friday, January 25, 2013, from 5-9 pm. Please come — you’ll have a lovely time!
UPDATE: I included this piece in the art auction to benefit the Lawrence Arts Center, 2013.
Come bid on my piece at the Lawrence Arts Center’s 32nd Annual Benefit Art Auction! The auction is April 14, 2012. Doors open at 5:30 pm, and the live auction begins at 7:30 pm. Click here for more information.
More than thirty-five artists and I have contributed art to The Painted Donkey! It’s a party and a silent art auction to support theKansas Democratic Party. The event is Thursday, September 8th at the Carnegie Building (9th and Vermont in Lawrence, KS) from 7-9 pm. Tickets are just $15. All of the contributed art will be roughly the same size and a list of artists will be available. But there is a “blind auction” twist — you won’t know which artist made which piece — so you’ll have to guess. Representative Barbara Ballard will be the Master of Ceremonies for the event. Should be loads of fun. Bids start at $100.