I placed some of the things that inspire me on the shelves above my desk. The vision board was created at a party that my friend Jennifer had in January.
One of the things I do regularly is a calligraphy practice that was transmitted by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, an amazing Buddhist teacher and artist.
My first day in the studio I began with a calligraphy practice to raise the energy in the space and invoke magic.
My wonderful and supportive friends turned out for our studio opening. We had over 20 artists represented and almost 300 guests.
Crow Looking Back, Oil on Canvas, 24" x 24", available in reproductions
My work on display at the Cope Studios Grand Opening
Here she is talking about one of her commissions
Some of Jacqueline's amazing work in progress. I own one of these pieces.
Everyone received a carton packed with different art supplies and they created an artwork from the contents.
Friends at The Chopped Challenge Play Date
A completed Chopped Challenge project
Play Date regulars show their work at the Chopped Challenge
Artist Jacqueline Myers-Cho demonstrates printing techniques
Hard at play.
A group of us gathered for coloring and cocktails. What could be more fun?
Some of the regulars at the first Play Date
The fabulous spread for Play Dates
Another regular at the Play Date
This is a drawing that Jacqueline Myers-Cho and I created together. Stay tuned for our book!
We each made our own party hat.
A mom and daughter duo so fun to have them both!
Girls, ready to PARTY
One of my neighbors in her studio
Some of Cara's work waiting for the second firing
Karen is the owner/manager of Cope Studios, pictured here with my SUPER talented friend and henna artist Tamara Brown of Opal Moon Henna.
My fellow artist Claire
926 Western Avenue
This is the access road to reach the 900 block of Western Avenue