So I ran an ad in the August 2016 issue of Southwest Art Magazine. It is part of their Women In Art advertorial. Just trying to let the world know I exist. And what the heck, if you are living in the States, my art is a deal in U.S. currency. You will be paying a lot less in American bucks than the Canadian prices cited on my website. The Women In Art section is also a free PDF download off the magazine’s website. Go to www.southwestart.com, click on Free in the menu, and then click on Artists Collections. Women In Art is the second item listed.
Ad in the Women in Art advertorial, August 2016 issue of Southwest Art Magazine
As mentioned in my prior blog, I am the artist-in-residence at The Makers Muse Studio in Black Diamond, a gem of a town in the Alberta foothills. Here is the painting I am currently working on while there. If you are in the area, drop in, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, between 2:30 and 6 pm., and I will be working on this mystical Great Grey Owl. Connected to these magnificent owls, I thought it appropriate to title this one, Captain, Oh My Captain.
Captain, Oh My Captain, Original Work In Progress, by Wendy Dudley
Wendy Dudley has started a new gig at The Makers Muse Studio in Black Diamond, Alberta.
The Makers Muse Studio, Black Diamond, Alberta
Always worth a drive to the country, Black Diamond is home to a number of art galleries and one-of-a-kind quaint shops. I will the the artist-iin-residence at The Makers Muse Studio for the next three months (through to the end of October 2016). This is a working space for artists, and I have decided to focus on intuitive art during my residency there. If you are in the area, please drop in. I will be there Tuesdays and Wednesdays, between 2:30 pm and 6 pm. The studio also offers art classes and free drop-ins. Check it out! Here is some of my working hanging there for sale.
Wendy Dudley Art at The Makers Muse Studio, Black Diamond, Alberta
Well, it looks like the weather gods and goddesses will co-operate for a great day of action on Saturday, July 23, 2016 in Longview, Alberta, a quaint town in the heart of cowboy country, south of Calgary. This is the town’s Little New York Daze, with artists, craft vendors, a town parade and rodeo. I will be painting at The Lost American Art Gallery and Museum, on main street, from 1 to 3 pm. I am represented by this gallery, and talk about a great fit. As many of you know, New Mexico is my heart home, and this gallery carries Southwest artifacts, including old-style turquoise jewelry, and museum pottery pieces from Acoma and other pueblos.
Here are some of my pieces hanging in the gallery.