Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Art Market in Olde Eau Gallie

note: I am not the organizer but one of the artist participating

- - - - - - - - - Invitation - - - - - - - - -

I hope you will attend our Open House and Art Market.

October 25th - THIS SATURDAY - we are hosting an ART MARKET on our large lawn along Eastbound Eau Gallie (Montreal Ave, corner of Highland Ave in Olde Eau Gallie). There will be many Artists participating with, not only their art on display, but they will also be working on their current pieces (WOW!).

I have run some advertising for it, and I wish that all my favorite people will attend. So, please mark your calendar. I would really like to see you here as it is going to be a big event.

It is this Saturday October 25th and it starts at 9am (9am - 1pm). Come see artist performing their skills right before your very eyes; Paint-on-Canvas, Art Glass, Bamboo, Mobiles, and more.

So here it is, Your Invitation, come to our Open House and ART MARKET Saturday Oct 25th 9am - 1pm. It is going to be an exciting event that you will be hearing about through the end of the year, so don't miss it - it won't be the same without you.

CANVAS - BAMBOO - GLASS - and MORE, it's the Art Market this Saturday!!!
Free Admission - Free Parking

Bryan C. Cruickshank
Funky Junky Marketplace and Gallery
Olde Eau Gallie - the Arts District
1372 Highland Ave
Melbourne, FL 32935

Call for assistance/directions/etc. 321-242-2222 or 321-609-1749

x-posted on various LJ's and sites

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

I started working on these last week. Glass slides, copper tape,
origami paper, rub on letters, sticker letters, tiny brass watch
parts, tiny crystal rhinestone. I used Diamond Glaze to embed the tiny gears and rhinestone on the small pendant.

I was at Hobby Town earlier today for brass wire. I wandered through their model section and noticed the tiny figures and landscaping elements. I have an idea for doing tiny 3-dimensional "specimen cases". Maybe use some of the Rement items I have... Oooo little display case necklaces with microscopic dioramas!

LOL I've been trying to work bigger but I keep getting drawn back to the itty-bitty scale LOL

::cross posted on various sites::