As mentioned in my last post, here is a process video of my Save The Elephants design - inspired by the presentation I attended a couple of weeks ago at the Carolina Theater. Environmental Artivism... Support!
This month has had its obstacles. I am finally past them and hope I can learn from them and continue to grow as a freelance artist and illustrator. As I spent my weekend wandering around Durham after a couple of long workdays, I found myself living in the moment. I put all of my worries aside and just went with the flow, which was needed. This Third Friday, the Carrack held the Red Dot Community Art Exhibit. I donated a few pieces and joined for an evening of food and festivities with a group of happy, art-loving people.
Saturday, Ashley and I met up at Mercury Studio to view the art installations now on display dowtown as part of the Durham Storefront Project. It's a lovely space, I must say (that was my first time visiting). We did not let the daunting rain clouds or the periodic drizzle stop us. We even got to enjoy the beauty of a setting sun and rainbow in the sky before splitting. Ashley headed off to the Carolina Theater for the showing of Inequality For All, and before I could reach my car, the sound of live drums caught my ear. The sound was also coming from the theater, which happened to be the location of the African American Dance Ensemble (AADE)'s Home Show the night before and something was telling me to walk in. Of course I had to buy a ticket first.
About the Author
Why do I blog?