“I liked most of it, but some of it had too many little dots. The little dots bother me. The music was really loud and that made everyone talk loud.”
We were delighted to host the group young patrons which included the artist’s God Daughter. Initially spooking some of the guests with a group of little kids, we believe we reset their opinions of little art critiques. No one had any one to complain about.
We hope you take your little ones to galleries and museums whenever you can and foster an appreciation of art, artists, and the community that supports the arts.
Colleen Maria Casey is a photographer, quilter, artist, business owner. Her most recent work is in creating patterns sewing and crafting.
Colleen Maria Casey is a photographer, quilter, artist, business owner. Her most recent work is in creating patterns sewing and crafting. Her craft projects and patterns embrace a new bold look at recycled and reused materials. Colleen’s Christmas ornaments and wearables, made from aluminum drink cans, are available in local shops and online around the United Statesand in her own online shop, SomeArtFabric.com.
Her sewing patterns are designed to help new to advanced quilters power through tedious piecing processes to create amazing quilt tops in very little time. Her techniques for the I Love You(r DNA) quilt are a wildly popular class she teaches for sewing guilds and the trade show circuit.
She travels the country visiting sewing, crafting and quilting shows hosting the unique and hard to find fabrics she adores for her company, SomeArtFabric.com, which is affiliated with this site, SomeArt.com.
From a review of “Chris Verene” and the Gailsburg Series
“Verene’s affection and love for his friends and relatives also comes through in some of his pictures, maybe despite, or more likely because of their difficult circumstances and adoption of bizarre culture. It’s his ability to convey both a feeling of warmth for his subjects and a sense of their alienation that makes him a great photographer.” – Christian Perring, Ph.D.