Can not believe winter in Yuma is coming to an end….we have had a wondful time this year from buying and turning with profit a house plus going to a Fine arts Symposium right here in Yuma with silversmithing being it’s main enfaces. Just finished packing the studio, now for my cloths then the kitchen…Glad it does not have to be done over night….will write more when we are on the road….
Spent yesterday in Lynden Washington visiting a new art center. What a magnificant new center for teaching, sharing and engaging in all the arts. Jansen Art Center please check it out at http://www.jansenartcenter.org you will not be disappointed.
Thanks to everyone my first year on Etsy has been a real success. New items are almost ready, been enjoying this great weather a bit to much.
July is my first anniversay on Etsy. To celebrate I am extending 35% off all items in my Etsy store starting July 5 to July 15th. To receive the discount use coupon code FIRSTYEARONETSY and the 35% discount will be automatically calculated with tax and shipping. Now is the time to think Christmas, Anniversaries and Birthdays to get that special someone something handmade, unique and beautiful.
Another picture of Pics workshop. Paula, Christine Hansen, instructor John, Scott and Linda are working on their creative juices.
More workshops are being planned for the Harbor Marine Art Loft by Pics. Check out our web page. www.wix.com/pjcollins/PICS-ART-COLLECTIVE
Life took on some complacations recently, good news, all is somewhat back to normal. Working on the finishing touches for the Wax Painting Magic workshop John Vandebrooke is doing at the Loft tomorrow June 23. Inger, Christine and Pat are fellow Loft artist, this is our first workshop in the space located at the Harbor Marine store, just off 10th on the way to the boat lauch. Very excited to be a part of this adventure.
Next month will be my First Anniversary of my online Etsy shop. More to come!
This one of a kind necklace was especially created for the 20th Annual Art Auction at the Musuem of Northwest Art, June 16th in LaConner, Washington. It is made from beautiful natural coral spikes and finished with African silver beads, glass black beads and black crystals. My signature fine silver clasp finishes this necklace giving the wearer a beautiful back view, compelling an onlooker to take a second look.