Hello Citizens of The Blogosphere,
It’s going to be another busy week for Annotated Audrey Art. In addition to our usual markets, we are participating in Tenwest Fuse, a showcase of music and makers on Saturday (10/21) night. Also, opening on Saturday (10/21) night are two Day of the Dead themed art shows that I’ve created paintings for. Barrio Bones IV at Art House Centro and Phantoms at Pop-Cycle Shop. In this post, I will share the artwork that I’ve created for these shows, as well as a bit of info about the shows themselves.
Barrio Bones IV at Art House Centro
Journey to The Spirit World
Night of The Spirits
Candy Skull Frida
“Candy Skull Frida,” is a tribute to one of my personal role models and favorite painters, Frida Kahlo. Her bold personality, compelling story and unique fashion sense make her a recurring inspiration for my art. Original 8×10 watercolor painting (in 11×14 frame) available at Art House Centro for $125.
Phantoms at Pop-cycle Shop
The Phantoms Art Show at Pop-cycle shop is a benefit for the All Souls Procession, which is a huge community event that is held in Tucson each year. (For more information about this event, click here.) The show will exhibit art from local artists exploring the theme of spirits and phantoms.
You can find more info about this event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/766862286855432/
Candy Skull Girl
This piece entitled, “Rosalee” is meant to represent a Tucsonan at the All Souls Procession. I remember going to the procession for the first time and being so impressed by everyone’s costumes and makeup.The All Souls Procession is a huge community event in Tucson and everyone goes all out… I love it! Original 8×10 watercolor painting (in 8×10 frame) available at Pop-Cycle shop for $100. 100% of the proceeds from this original piece will go towards the All Souls Procession.
Unfortunately, since I will be at Fuse: Music and Makers Showcase on Saturday night, I won’t be attending the opening reception for these shows. However, I’ll definitely be stopping by these cool local shops to take tons of photos during the exhibition period to share with those of you who don’t live in Tucson. 🙂
That’s all for now.