If you are guessing this is a new addition to the GingerDead Greeting Card collection, you’re right. It will be added in time for Easter…
So this weekend I went to a fantastic art show (Black and White) at the new studio and gallery of Blue Lucy. Blue Lucy is the collaboration of Chad Mize and Phillip Clark, two talented guys who I adore, not only because they are really nice and I love their work but because they aren’t afraid to let their sense of humor find it’s way into their art. They are respected in the art community and have not an ounce of pretension. Instead, they have on more than one occasion encouraged me or offered advice. To see them have this fabulous new space and a bunch of sales while be surrounded by not only fans, but friends was a beautiful thing.
What’s even more beautiful is the sense of openness, support and general camaraderie pretty much describes the St. Pete art scene. Johnny Vitale’s studio next store stayed closed so instead of feeding off the overflow of the Blue Lucy show, he was at the Blue Lucy show showing his support. Yet when the two studios opened a few weeks ago they scheduled it intentionally for the same night to celebrate together and share their friends and fans with one another.
I had a chance to chat some more with Blue Lucy Black and White album on Flickr where you can see more.
I bought the two headed guy on the far left third row from the bottom. So cute!
Maggie in a robot love pendant and me in my anatomical heart locket. If you are wondering, yep there is a picture inside. It’s one of me and Jim taken at Lafayette cemetery in New Orleans.
This weekend I’ll be at Cafe Hey in Tampa live body painting with Demi of DemiGod Studios. I’m actually just assisting Demi this time so I’m not even sure what we’re doing but I’m sure it will be awesome and loads of fun.