2 things + this spring

*** doily body part 2 on Tiny Showcase TONIGHT !!! ***

OK. so i'm busy blasting this news all over the place - so one more time !!
one down 2 to go.... the lungs launched last april and now....

either the heart or the brain will be on Tiny Showcase TONIGHT as this week's print.

launch is scheduled for approx. 7:30pm eastern / 4:30 pm pacific time.

i've chosen the San Francisco SPCA as the charity - so they will receive $250 from the proceeds of the sale.

[something is compelling me to say in my best TV salesman voice - "collect all 3 ! " - or if you missed out on the lungs - collect 2 !]

tiny showcase is such a cool organization - they are always a joy to work with. thanks for having me again guys.

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promo: Rare & Unreleased from timothy buckwalter on Vimeo.



opening on Saturday is "rare + unreleased". i was asked to help go through these amazing archives of work. several hours and sneezes [archives are dusty] later we pulled together a show. all i can say is there were over a dozen pieces that i wanted to buy and take home personally. there were a lot of oh oh ohs and oh my gods being uttered as we went through stacks and stacks of work. come check it out if you can ! [i plan on being at the opening for a short spell after the little's nap on saturday]

from the PR:
more
 than
 80
 works
 culled
 from
 the
 National
 Institute
 of
 Art
 and
 Disabilities' (NIAD)
 extensive
 archives
 by
 12
 Bay
 Area
 artists,
 writers,
 gallery
 owners
 and
 curators.
 Organized
 by Timothy Buckwalter , "Rare & Unreleased" is on view from April 5 through June 4 at NIAD, 551
 23rd
 Street
 in
 Richmond.
 Opening
 reception
 is
 Saturday,
 April
 10
 from
 2:00
 –
 5:00
 pm.
 More information is at www.niad.org

other curators:


John Casey
Heidi De Vries
Cliff Hengst
Kimberly Johansson
Helena Keefe
Phil Linhares
Mike Monteiro
Josue Rojas
Brian Stetchschulte
Canan Tolon
Mark Taylor
John Zurier

i can't wait to see how they installed all the art we picked

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under the wisteria

it's definitely feeling springy. although we had a bit of winter come back with some very very cold and rainy [and hail!] weather.

but i wanted to write a spring manifesto - inspired by claire platt said…

absolutely love the work! wow! the other show sounds really interesting! sometimes i wish i lived in the states just so i could go see all this stuff!
Anonymous said…
once again, your embroidered pieces are lovely, lovely, lovely! thanks for sharing these and for being so generous with your time for charity.
caramela said…
The more I see your work the more I love it-First I think of the concept which is brilliant, and then I am captivated by the delicacy of the transparencies and the beauty of the color range- Really exquisite Lisa!
Annamaria :)
Katrina said…
love your new prints... i think you could print any content on vellum and add your stitches and i'd be swooning! they are always so lovely. and yes, finally spring. i just took about 50 photos of stone fruit blossoms, it's intoxicating.
louise said…
All looks great and "rare + unreleased" sounds and looks like it would have been a fun/inspiring one to be involved with. xo lj
Esti said…
I hope I make in time to buy this one too. It's a beautiful collection.
gracia said…
Those lungs, why, they look magnificent seen out of the body and in such delicious shades. Beautiful work, Lisa. And the wisteria in bloom... so very spring. I love its smell.
Shirin said…
congratulations! That is so exciting.

your embroidered pieces are so beautiful. I am especially smitten by the brain.
anner said…
I think of the concept which is brilliant, and then I am captivated by the delicacy of the transparencies and the beauty of the color range- Really exquisite Lisa!
melissa s. said…
ack! my bloglines has been flaky and I missed this post, but so glad there was a brain left for me. my lungs have been lonely. such loveliness, as always. hugs to you and the little!

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