2013 will live on as the year my expression added another course with the help of the newest artist’s in town. My focus became centered on projects where the Viewer became the Artist to which I collaborated. My wishes came true as organizations, individuals, groups, schools and Not For Profits became my partners. Playing with Paint grew into a pop up studio which found me popping up in board rooms, driveways, back yards, garages, dining rooms, back porches, hotels, schools, restaurants, private clubs on the 40th floor (thank goodness for loading docs and elevators) new places, themes and projects grew as the year unfolded. Playing with Paint traditional paint on canvas continues to be a crowd favorite to spark inspiration allowing the inner artist to be heard, which for some it was asked to paint on Peace Poles, picnic tables, doors and walls. Thank you 2013 for bringing into my life so many amazing new friends who if even for one moment choose to connect with their inner artist and touch mine.
2014 brings a collaboration with Elegant Design Studio which I now call home when not on the road. I look forward to sharing classes in my studio and painting all the places my brush will travel. Keep your eyes peeled as I have dates booked to be Popping UP all over town and inviting you to become the artist to which we will continue to capture the themes, ideas, passions, fears, desires, trends and conversations of our time with paint and brushes and whatever is supplied to receive our message!
Cheers to living in the beauty of creative expression! In Spirit-Brandi C.
Happy new year! Emma just saw these paintings and wants to know when your sending hers?
Logan is here with us and the 6 inches of snow. They are going sledding. ⛄️⛄️⛄️
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From: Carl Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: May 2, 2014 at 9:20:00 PM CDT To: “email@example.com” <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: studio near Modern Art Museum
Kim, It is one block north of Dos gringos at 1015 university. It is right across from the modern. It has wide open rooms for classes. Carl
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