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Tag: Arts

Michael Lucarelli

A happy happenstance

Michael Lucarelli, a musician par excellence I hope Michael doesn’t mind me sharing this story before you get into reading his Q&A. He is first and foremost an artist worth listening to. Sharing his story is an honor. This began with an query from Michael that indicated he’d gotten the One Roof Publishing Q&A link… Read More ›

Pasatiempo Fine Arts Academy

Do What You Love…

…and then share it by teaching I am proudly part of Pasatiempo Fine Arts Academy, 113 Bridge Street, a new art school in Las Vegas, NM. Open house and registration day for classes will be Saturday, May 20, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Academy. Located in the heart of the Old Town commercial… Read More ›

Pasatiempo Fine Arts Academy

Pasatiempo Fine Arts Academy

More to come later, but just a heads up that on May 20 Pasatiempo Fine Arts Academy will have an open house and registration day for anyone interested in taking classes from artists in a variety of disciplines, including the art of writing. I will have two classes, Blogging For Fun and So You Think… Read More ›

Bill and Linda

Avenues of Creativity at 2Ten

Linda Anderle is a creative soul, which you know immediately when you enter 2 Ten: A Galeria of Art & Treasures. Linda and Bill have brought together an eclectic assortment of interesting works that delight the eye and satisfy your search for something unique to add to your collection of arts and treasures. Floral design is… Read More ›

Wagon Mound

Vet Project Taps into the Creative Spirit

Guest Post by Rene Rosa – A Veteran Affair Once upon a time, each having traveled great distances seeking adventure, two people met not one moment too soon nor one moment too late. Crossing continents, he had participated in military campaigns as a combat photographer. Infected with the wanderlust she, too, had seen much and… Read More ›

Beth the columnist

ActYourAge! Beth Urech

Beth Urech is serious about her comedy and serious about her work, but you would not get that impression upon meeting her. A vivacious and engaging woman of “a certain age” who doesn’t pay much attention to the stereotype of how an older woman should act or live. She’s a bundle of energy on speed,… Read More ›

Old Men and Hats

First Town and Gown Photography Show at Highlands, Reception April 9

Las Vegas, N.M. – Highlands University presents the first Town and Gown Photography Show with an opening reception April 9 from 1 – 3 p.m. in Kennedy Alumni Hall, 905 University Ave. The exhibit features the work of the university’s Media Arts and Technology Department students and faculty as well as the Meadow City Camera… Read More ›

Abstract by Eloise Lindeborg

Generations: With Art There is No Divide

Generations: The Art of Eloise Lindeborg and Chris Casey, A lifelong artist and the grandson she never knew, on the 100th anniversary of her birth That’s the title and subtext of the proposal Richard Lindeborg presented to the Las Vegas Arts Council in the interest of curating an exhibit showcasing the work of his mother… Read More ›

Wine and Paint

Artistic Adventure

Note: I don’t have names of the people in these photos, but they were having as much fun as we were at the “Wine and Paint” event held on Saturday at the El Fidel Restaurant. Lots of interpretations and lots of laughs. More years ago than I want to remember I took painting lessons. I… Read More ›

Transition

Transitions

Nothing ever changes, nothing stays the same. Tension remains. Everything changes, it is the dynamic of life. Summer sashays into fall. Landscapes breathe out encouraging vibrant life to take a rest and sleep for a time. Winter drifts in spreading a blanket of dormancy preparing the earth for newness of life. Spring pushes against winter’s… Read More ›

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