Tuesday, June 16, 2009

ETSY & MMCA Today

ETSY Today

Golden Night




Ingredients: watercolor paper, altered paper, vintage book page, tissue paper, acrylic paint, wax pastels, pigment ink, dye ink, colored pencil, rub on letters, dry transfer, altered found metal objects. approximately 4" x 3". click to enlarge.

Available for purchase in The Altered Page on Etsy.
Sold. Thank you!


MMCA Today


A big thank you goes out to Debbie Overton who invited me to do a guest interview on her wonderful blog MMCA Marketplace.

Head on over to the interview to see a sampling of my artwork and to learn a little bit more about me, my artwork, and my collaborative projects. And while you are there look around through the blogs and shops of the MMCA members. You will also find free digital images and links to online art suppliers, workshops and retreats, tutorials, challenges, and exhibitions.

25 comments:

La Dolce Vita said...

I love it! The color combination of the blue and the rust, exactly what my nicho collection is turning into! beautiful work. Great interview.

Annie said...

Great to read the interview.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Looking around these sites will occupy my next hour Seth - love the book cover too.

Susan M said...

Interesting interview. Great color choices. When do your classes start?

stregata said...

This piece is awesomely beautiful!!

Lynn said...

Seth, I enjoyed reading the interview and seeing you on her blog. fun learning more about you.

A rambling rose said...

Hi Seth - I too enjoyed the interview and you mention a couple of my favorite artists too - Keifer and Tapies

Robyn said...

Another great interview Seth and i enjoyed the examples of your work (Waiting, in particular).

3rdEyeMuse said...

Text Tile ... how appropriate clever, clever man.

Leslie said...

Nice work Seth. I love the found objects you use in your pieces and am often torn these days between looking at the ground for 'ingredients' and the scenery for photo opportunities.

I also enjoyed reading your interview over at MMCA. I hope you do starting teaching workshops soon. Sign me up!

And thanks for linking to my blog over here ---->

viv said...

hiya seth, loved the interview :) and your new stuff shown here. can't wait to see what comes next. any chance on international classes? ;)

viv said...

hiya seth, loved the interview :) and your new stuff shown here. can't wait to see what comes next. any chance on international classes? ;)

Poetic Artist said...

I love the color in this..I also read the interview.. It was a good read.
Katelen

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

Seth do you sleep? I was out on a pontoon boat for a couple of hours and the ripples in the water, herons, water lilies and almost too many gifts of inspiration. The blue/gold resonates in my mind's eye and it makes me want to work on my rusty garden woman sculpture...I have been collecting wonderful design elements to use and Stazon inks for text possibilities. Thank you for your continued generosity and support to the slow moving ladies who aspire to keep up. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

Jill Zaheer said...

What a dramatic new work on display. The blue and gold colors are so vibrant with lots of visual treats to find! Love the 3-d shot and your "Golden Night" words.

Great interview as well in the MMCA Marketplace. The best part about the article was knowing that there's so much more to learn about you, your talented textured and layered artwork, your collaborations and all of your creative projects to come! You are so talented -and inspiring to so many artists!

Junkin' Yaya said...

Hey YaYo!!! :)

Thanks for reaching out & touchin' the Yaya! :) I just had to "put that out there"...mainly to remind us all, to show some "love" to all those bloggers that we read! :) At least every once in awhile!

xo...deb
(now I need to go read your interview...especially since I am a member...LOL)

Kim said...

Oh yes, yes, yes. This one rates right up there. Love these colour combinations (my favs!) Great interview too. Always love to hear what moves and inspires others. Have you considered online workshops as an option to teach? It's a long way to swim from OZ, LOL!

Marilyn Rock said...

This is wonderful! Love the texture and color!

DebbieOverton said...

Seth, it was a pleasant adventure working with you for the interview. Thank you for once again sharing with our readers and reaching so many with your wonderful works of art.

Gillian McMurray said...

The splash of blue on Golden Night just makes the whole thing pop. It really lives up to its title. Really enjoyed the interview too. Some great questions and answers there and some lovely images. I'd love to see you teaching classes. Any chance of you doing online classes for those of us abroad? ;o)

Stephanie said...

Off to read more....

*jean* said...

ooo new colors!! beautiful and full of energy - love the textures!!!

~*~Magpie's Nest said...

more great textures and the colors are fab too! enjoyed your interview very much!

deb said...

I enjoyed the interview... my youngest daughter is a distance runner, she is impossible to live with when injured! She needs that clarity that running gives her and I guess the endorphins don't hurt either! Me I'll stick to walking to work, hiking/backpacking and belly dancing! Running is too much like hard work! Have a productive evening, best

alteredbits said...

wonderful new piece, seth! i'm not surprised that it sold right away. :)

debbie did a fabulous job with your interview. i enjoyed reading it! thank you debbie and seth!