Sunday, March 11, 2007

Vending day 2

Greetings All,
Well it turned out to be a great weekend for the "Darling Divas/Friends" so many found new assignments and went off to wonderful girlfriends. "Queen Mali" is reigning in a different land where she will not be a stranger. "Inky" from the "Last of the Rainbow Klan" (left) has a new home and I found out that one of her relative is already there waiting for her with open arms. I also learned that some people like to hang them on the walls so I shall come up with a new doll or revise my "Wall Flowers" which where my first dolls that I made. I learned even more that the glamorous divas where the most popular so there will be a new series title the "Glam Squad" and you will see more of them to come later this month.

I did sell several of my wall hangings and one lap quilt. I did more trading with other artists this time than ever before and I have some wonderful new items to add to my collection and home.

Joyce Lomax and I did such a great trade that I have to
share photos with you. I got mugs, a vase and a bread plate (above). Joyce got a small wall hanging (left) and Ms. Mercy (right). Last year Joyce and I traded work and we both where very happy with the exchange.

Deborah Shedrick of New York and Atlanta we traded a quilt called "Chi-Town Viney Wine" (above center) for one of her great giclee print that will grace my home.

Stacy Brown of Hot-Lanta also traded with me for one of my garment, which I didn't take a photo of for some of his water color prints that will be given away as gifts. You can check out Stacey at I love his work and have it throughout my home and all of these great artist help make my house more of a home because they grace it with their creativity.

My last trade or collaboration is with Malika Jackson on of the coordinator of the "Cultural Connections" which is the name of the event where I was vending at this pass weekend. She is the art teacher at the Dixon Elementary School where this event was held and she's a very talented artist in her own right. I also have several of her piece in my collection and this new wooden sculpture is pure joy with it's two sidness. We will also be working on so art dolls together. I will create the bodies and clothing and she will create the faces. More to come as the saga unfolds.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the shout out!

Michele Brown
Fine Art by Stacey Brown