My beloved Henry Art Car is for sale. I've had a blast driving it around for a few years, but it is ready to make its journey to another Art Car enthusiast. Henry painted the mural on it in January of 2020, in Jerome, Arizona. There is a protective coating over the high-quality spray paint artwork. It's a magical car! Please read all the details below before inquiring about it:
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Our May 30th Model is the Lovely Rhiannon!
Calling All Artists! If you plan to attend our Tuesday Life Drawing Session on May 30th, please reserve your spot ASAP. Send us an email to let us know you are participating. Click HERE for all the details. Hope to see everyone there!
SUMMER BREAK: JUNE AND JULY!
Calling All Artists!
Did you know our weekly Life Drawing Sessions are the only ones in the Verde Valley? Well, they are! Our group of artists and models are growing, and we only started up again 7 months ago. There is a demand and a need for live Life Drawing groups, and Jerome is the place to find them.
Our Life Drawing Sessions are open to all skill levels, and all artistic mediums. We have amazing models, both men and women. We are thrilled to add Leo Beltran, a Yavapai College Art Teacher, digital animator and world-traveler, who will be present at each session to assist when needed.
Fee: $20 exact cash only, please (plus tip for the model).
When: Every Tuesday EXCEPT for the month of July!
Time: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Bring: your art supplies and easel (if you prefer one.) We have plenty of chairs.
Where: the Old Jerome High School, 885 Hampshire Avenue, Building A, Studio 306, Jerome, AZ 86331.
Artists must RSVP in advance, as space is limited. Please RSVP to this email address: email@example.com
Parking is located in the gravel parking lot at the Old Jerome High School. Please do not block the work shed, stairs, and driveway entrances.
Bring your snacks and drinks for breaktime (there is no fridge in the studio.)
We are excited to see you all there!
If you have any questions, please email me.
One of my talents: making art out of furniture.
I will paint on just about anything, clothes, objects, people. I had a lot of fun this weekend making this beauty!
"Flowers & Glitter" nightstand is ready for sale. She is covered in hand-painted flowers, including the insides and sides of the drawers. Each one has a different painting inside of them. This piece screams SPRINGTIME!
Looking for a special gift for Easter, Mother's Day, a birthday? Or maybe for yourself? This is it!
Dimensions: 22" wide X 25" tall, 15" deep.
Five coats of clear-coat, inside and out.
The top has raised flowers.
Price: $425 (does not include shipping).
Excellent value for a one-of-a-kind, Jerome Artisan hand-painted piece of furniture. Full of hidden details, vibrant and sparkly.
No two pieces are alike. You are getting a beautiful piece of art on a high-quality piece of furniture. It's functional, fun, and makes a great addition to any room.
Get it before it's gone. Or contact me for a custom-made piece.
Thanks for all of your support in the arts.
Are You a Feminist?
It sounds like a no-brainer to me. Of course, I am a Feminist! What woman isn’t?
I grew up in the late 60’s, early 70’s, when Feminism was at the forefront of mainstream media. It was almost impossible to turn on the news, or read a newspaper or magazine, without hearing about the movement.
As a girl, I came to understand what these women were so passionate about - equal pay, gender equality, rights over their own bodies. And also as a child, I was unaware that we didn’t already have these rights. Weren’t girls equal to boys? Wait a minute, why are we treated differently?
I remember a woman who handed me a necklace with the letters “N O W”. It was heavy, with a thick long chain and a large NOW logo hanging from it. I slipped it over my head and held the medallion in my small hand, not knowing what it meant. But the small group of ladies smiled and expressed words of approval and strength. I felt empowered for a moment, like I was one of them. It wasn’t until many years later that I realized what NOW stood for - National Organization for Women.
I remember the victory of Roe v Wade, and how it changed the landscape of women’s rights over their own bodies. It was a huge win, one in which I would reap the benefits of in the early 80’s as a teenaged girl. The right to legal abortion became commonplace, a fundamental right for women, as it should be.
With the overturn of Roe v Wade, it is evident that we still face an upward battle. But the fire still burns, the protests still remain, and change is still hopeful. I see it in the younger generations of women and girls, in the older generations who faced more discrimination than I will ever know, and in a powerful future of women leaders.
Are you a feminist? I’d love to hear your stories. All of you, old and young. I’m reaching out to you for inspiration. Shoot me an email, tell me your stories, share your experiences. I'm putting together a photography concept, and I'm eager to meet you all!
fem·i·nist /ˈfemənəst/ noun
Ugh, how boring. A blog about healthy stuff. I could spend the next few minutes writing about how much I detest veggies. Actually, that would be more realistic than pretending I'm totally into carrots, broccoli, and squash. Truth is, I've eaten so many baby carrots as of late, that I'm starting to turn orange.
What a way to end this year! I know I'm not speaking just for myself when I say "this year was rough!" For me, I lost my best friend to cancer, gave up my studio for lack of inspiration, dealt with a few new health issues, and dove back into therapy. I got raw and real with myself, emotionally and spiritually. But it wasn't all terrible.
Art, the Perfect Gift, Any Time of Year!
Now is the time of year to give that special someone, or yourself, a gift that lasts a lifetime: Art
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Tuesday, November 23rd, 2021
Unless we ask, people won't know we have art for sale.
Artists, like me, have a whole lot of art that we've created over the years. We do it because we love it. For me, it's an obsession. I can't go a single day without creating something - a photograph, a drawing, a painting, an animated NFT, something that involves designing something totally unique.
I have stacks of canvases with my artwork on them, lots of abstracts or psychedelica. I take photos of Jerome on my daily morning walks, and edit them. I draw characters, and sometimes I become the character. Drawings are piled up on my home-studio art table. My computer stores thousands of photographs I've shot, not to mention 82 one-of-a-kind, sometimes animated, NFT art pieces (so far).
Almost all of my original canvas artwork is at the Schutz Studio; some are hanging on a gallery wall at the House of Joy, both also in Jerome. So, unless you are here, where I am, how else can you see what I have?
Most of my art sales have come from people who follow me on social media. They see something they love, and they send me a direct message. I quote a size and price (plus shipping). They pay me via an email invoice from Square, and it's shipped the very next day. It doesn't get any simpler.
Once a year, I advertise my art for sale, and it's always during the holiday season. I am offering 20% off on Black Friday, and I am limiting the number of prints. Both my photography and my artwork is for sale. ALL OF IT.
If you want an original, they are all for sale too.
For those of you into digital art, my NFT Collections are a lot of fun. I highly suggest you check it out on Open Sea.
Whatever you choose to buy, they all make great holiday gifts. They can be printed in a variety of sizes, even on metal or on a canvas-wrap. (unframed).
It's never easy for an artist to ask people to buy their art. It's almost unheard-of. We appreciate everyone who takes an interest in what we create, and welcome those who purchase a piece. Collectors , now is the time to jump onboard.
Thank you for your purchases, and for supporting the arts. I am grateful.
Contact me anytime: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey, welcome to my Art Sale!
Here are a couple of pieces from my Jerome Collection: Ship On The Mountain, and All Hallows Eve.
Original unframed paintings on stretched canvas, various sizes.
I have a couple more to choose from, but you'll have to come out and visit the House of Joy at 416 Hull Avenue, Jerome, AZ 86331, to see them all.
If Jerome isn't your thing, I have a lot of original abstract pieces, also on stretched canvas in various sizes at Schutz Studio at the Old Jerome High School, 885 Hampshire Avenue, Building A, Studio 203.
I'm reducing my inventory to make room for new pieces I've been working on. Everything must go.
If you've been following me on social media and love my work, take a drive up the mountain and meet me.
All Sales Are Final - No Refunds
Credit/Debit Cards Accepted
Exact Cash Only (if paying with cash.)