Sunday, May 29, 2016

The Week Links: 104

Join me every Sunday when I share some of my favorite links I discovered in the previous week. Earlier posts in the series can be found here.

And here is Week 104...


1. I love absolutely everything about this image from Helen Acklam.


2. A flea market primer for artists from Jeannine Stein, editor of Cloth Paper Scissors.


3. This looks like a unique and interesting book: The Maker: Beyond Decorating Crafting a Unique Space by Tamara Maynes.


and a shot from her website


4. Stunning mixed media baskets - and other work - from John Garrett.



5. Been digging this new series of artwork from Jodi Ohl. And speaking of Jodi, you can read her very practical suggestions for working with a painting you are just not liking.



7. If you ever have been to an art retreat or never have been to an art retreat, you need to read this piece on Huffington Post from Scott Stabile.


8. Behind the scenes at Make it Artsy. Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, host of this new television art show premiering on PBS September 29, shares the hot scoop on the guest list and filming process in this podcast.

7 comments:

Sue Marrazzo said...

Good luck with the TV Show!
Thanks for the links, too!

Shelby Pizzarro said...

Loved the HuffPost piece! And can't wait to see your TV show here on WITF TV! Have a tremendous Holiday weekend. :-)

Sharon Y said...

Yes! Loved the art retreat piece! Sometimes it's as much, or more about the community than the art. Creativity explodes when it's a safe, fun environment. Oh my those mixed media baskets are cool! Looking forward to seeing the show-wish we didn't have wait until fall. Have a great day.

Unknown said...

Hi,Seth, have you ever been to the Brimfield Antique Show? I used to play music there and would play all day and then take my tips and buy antiques- a win-win for sure! Thanks for the walk down memory lane. Brimfield reminds me of the song by Joni Mitchell- miles of aisles.

Enjoy.
marilyn

Jo Murray said...

Interesting video on Helen Acklams post....and I LOVE John Garretts baskets. Ta Seth.

Genie Geer said...

Fabulous links! Thank you, Seth

Stephanie said...

what a great round up!