Tag Archives: Sassy Aphrodite

The Sacred Show

“What is sacred among one people may be ridiculous in another; and what is despised or rejected by one cultural group, may in a different environment become the cornerstone for a great edifice of strange grandeur and beauty.” ~ Hu Shih The Sacred Show opening had a very nice attendance. Per the quote above, I found […]

Sassy Aphrodite has gone Uptown

“The world basically and fundamentally is constituted on the basis of harmony. Everything works in co-operation with something else.” ~ Preston Bradley It is such fun to explore the city and discover pockets of artistic support in so many places, especially during Chicago Artists Month. This weekend I dropped off my Sassy Aphrodite at the […]

upcoming art shows

Fresh on the heels of exploring a fun art show, I am pleased to announce my upcoming exhibits. From September 20 through October 25, Migrant Danaus will be at Dick Blick Evanston’s 12×12 Fall Show. Last year’s show prompted me to enter exhibits, so it is nice to mark the anniversary of that milestone with […]

Sassy Aphrodite

“With her, beauty comes. The winds flee before her and the storm clouds; sweet flowers embroider the earth; the waves of the sea laugh; she moves in radiant light. Without her there is no joy or loveliness anywhere.” ~Edith Hamilton, Mythology There she is, in LOVEly company at Dick Blick Art Materials. You can view […]

sassy goddesses from 400 B.C.

“I prefer the title Goddess.  Queens have realms that are entirely too limited.” ~Demeter in P.C. Cast’s Goddess of Spring I submitted my love-themed collage to Dick Blick, which had me perusing my photos from Greece, where I photographed the Goddess of Love a few times. This one, Sassy Aphrodite, will go up on the […]

Aspiration

2012 Goals at Lululemon Chicago

This week has been about aspiration. I’ve been working on a love piece for Dick Blick’s, which is filled with aspirations about love. On Thursday I attended a Chicago Artists Coaltion‘s Collector’s Circle talk at Perspective Gallery, where Katsy Johnson explained her process for creating her beautiful encaustic photographs in the “Schools Out Forever” series. […]