Dec. 10, 2008 at 11:10am
unique items at UnstableArt
Show your support of Tacoma artisans by shopping local for the holidays.
While the Running Wolf pendants have recently sold out at UnstableArt, other unique items are available including fine jewelry, prints, and bullet pendants made with gemstones such as garnet, amethyst, citrine, and more.
Visit the UnstableArt shop at FeedTacoma: http://shops.feedtacoma.com/unstableart/
Aug. 21, 2008 at 10:27am
Third Thursday art reception at Tacoma Art Place1116 S. 11th
Tacoma, WA 98405
Featuring paintings and sculpture by
Andrea Lowen Trenbeath (aka chalk/graffiti diva)
Event sponsored by:
Purcell Advisory Services, LLC
Jul. 17, 2008 at 8:22am
Thurs. reception at Lark, will miss Chalk Off
Jul. 3, 2008 at 6:25pm
7:00 pm Thursday Tonight!
Last minute shriek to artists! This Thursday tonight at 7:00 pm chalk artists of all ages and skill level are
encouraged to convene at Tollefson Plaza! Bring some chalk and dress up
the Plaza with images only your own brain can dream up. Back up chalk
ammo will be available.
C'mon - all that bare concrete is begging for attention.
17th and Commerce
Tacoma, WA 98402
Jun. 24, 2008 at 11:29am
he can sit still for artI had a very special guest stop by Sunday for a life portrait: One Paul Malone otherwise known as John Hathaway of The New Takhoman. Mr. Malone was the sponser for R.R Anderson's Chalk Challenge No. 8, awarding his fedora to victor Lance Kagey for his Pinocchio entry.
Mr. Malone appreciates a good illustration of a fedora; After viewing my poster illustration "Chalk Off No. XI", he decided to come by and sit still for the purposes of artistic immortalization.
The drawing below will be available for sale at this Sunday's Urban Art Festival at my booth, UnstableArt. If anyone would like to purchase it before it hits the streets, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jun. 20, 2008 at 9:42am
What I've been up to this past weekJewelry making and promotional Chalk Challenge illustrations. That's basically it.
Activities such as these above leave little time for blogging - as much as I need to do the latter. With the Urban Art Festival looming over the horizon I've been cranking out new sterling and copper jewelry like mad, wielding flame and hammer like an orc possessed.
A pleasant diversion in the form of illustration presented itself Wednesday. Had a satisfyingly cathartic time creating the banner and promo poster for this week's Chalk Challenge. Prints of this and others will be made available for purchase at the upcoming Urban Arts Festival.
Jun. 8, 2008 at 1:16pm
Pimp'n out my booth for the Urban Art Festival
As I get my act together for the upcoming Urban Art Festival, I've decided I need a more effective means of displaying some of my larger drawings and paintings.
Apr. 21, 2008 at 4:45pm
I'll be back.Could it be that I've at last found an embracing environment in The City of Destiny? I can go out to draw in the rain and hail and there'll be others there? Apparently so, as the Tacoma Urbanist reported for this past Friday's Chalk Art Contest at Frost Park. I'm not from around here, and I've spent most of my time hunkered down in my cave. It's encouraging to find out just how committed this community is to creative expression. Not something I'm too accustomed to coming from Middle Earth (Better known as the Upper Mid-West).
A schedule conflict and my own uncertainty as to whether or not the contest would still be held under adverse weather conditions prevented me from attending April 18th's showdown. I'll be there next Friday to win back the title.
Do you hear that, Mr. Anderson? That is the sound of inevitability.
...Just a good-natured threat. :)