Posts Tagged ‘art’

»July 22nd, 2012 by andi

In light of a tragic summer in Colorado, I thought I’d bring some positive energy and artwork to our beautiful state.

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»July 7th, 2012 by andi

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»July 5th, 2012 by andi

Kansas City Kitty artshow this First Friday, July 6th 5:30-8pm. Come out and see new blue sky above goodies!

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»April 22nd, 2012 by andi

It’s Earth Day. Earth Day, of course, being a celebration of nature and a day devoted to preserving our planet. And, I must say, I battle with the way I feel about Earth Day. A part of me thinks we should be aware of our environmental impact everyday, so why is there only one day devoted to it? Another, more compassionate part of me knows that devotion, be it a week, a day, an hour, is how awareness begins.

It’s unrealistic to expect consumerism will stop today, but, here’s a compromise; if you’re going to spend, spend sensibly. Think about your purchases and how they affect the global economy, the environment, the earth. More than ever, we as consumers have choice. Be critical thinkers. Choose wisely. (Hint: start by going to the shop section of this website…!)

»September 6th, 2011 by andi

These pencil shavings portraits by Kyle Bean are super unique and still stick to the basics – pencil and paper. Plus, they’re made of otherwise scrap. How do I get one?!

Kyle Bean | Pencil Shavings .

»September 2nd, 2011 by andi

So you want go Bansky on your city? Here’s a solution that won’t get you arrested. The one, the only, Walls Notebook. Now you can capture the boring words of your boss and your artistic freedom in one!

Where to find them? The | Walls Notebook

»August 17th, 2011 by andi

Here’s a little something I just created for the old crib. It’ll hang above my boyfriend and I’s bed. I thought about putting a fork in there too. Ha.

»July 3rd, 2011 by andi

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»April 4th, 2011 by andi

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Our humble town of Fort Collins lost one of the best things to its name this weekend – The Gallery Underground. Why? Because of its success. Yes, the success of the gallery eventually lead to its demise. Read more

»January 2nd, 2011 by andi

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I always wanted to be a ballet dancer. The costumes. The elegance. The physical poetry. It’s all so romantic. I took ballet for several years when I was young, but before long, ballon became triple jumps, pirouettes only happened in paintbrush strokes and fouettés converted to toe touches. I always wished I would’ve continued on my way to busting out arabesques on polished wood floors at parties.

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