Greetings, Art Lover! Last year was a rough one. Tyson spent many months unable to use his dominant arm due to a work-related injury, and I ended up with so much work from my personal business that it kept me from being able to manage our promotions with any consistency. After a host of technical … Read moreIn which the wind shifted, and our course changed…
Happy August, Friends! This month got away from me after some summer adventuring that took me back to my roots. My mom and aunt just opened a fabulous fine art and vintage store (Sisters Art & Vintage) in rural East Texas, so I spent a week working on a fence mural at the store, helping them set … Read moreHappy August!
Hey, y’all! Thanks for dropping by to check out our new store and site. We’ll be filling it up with goodies for you over the next few months, but I wanted to take a moment to briefly introduce some of the new talent we’ve just added. After we get our initial group of artists up … Read moreNew Artists!
Lights, Camera, Action: Metal Pieces This technique, with which Tyson Estes created the Lights, Camera, Action series (No.1-9), uses reclaimed aluminum, bronze, steel, acrylic, and organic corrosives. The nine in this series, and others like them from past commissions, include many of my all-time favorite Estes abstracts. The textural elements and beautiful colors are thematic enough to … Read moreArt Up Close: No. 2
The tinseled show is nearly halfway through its one-month run at Art on Scene in West Hollywood now. Our opening event was last weekend, and it yielded a nice (and much appreciated) turnout of art-lovers, philosophers, and friends, young and old, some well known, some newly met. We had a great time, and luckily, got rid … Read moreArt, Up-Close: No. 1