Soon after hitting town and basking in the love (and phenomenal art collection) of Bob, the warm hearted, gregarious dear friend and mentor met this past summer at the #sedonasummercolony, My #arthead#sedonamom was adamant we go explore an edgy new art hotel here #foundrephx in her former stomping grounds... The art was wild, risky, relevant, and just soaked with a casually potent vibe. We ended up chatting with the curator of the collection and taken on a special tour, deep into the hotel-
Best intro to an #artenclave ever-
Thomas Eldon Anderson perfects his craft and helps empower other creatives, too! I met him at the Sedona Artist Colony, and he interviews me for his podcast, This Creative Earth! Read the article about him in profile link. Photo by @dorahernandezart #sedonasummercolony#Sedonasummercolony2017, #LMBDesigns
Tonight we projected on the inside the the chapel at the Sedona Summer Colony. It was originally built in 1961 by the students of the Verde Valley School. It's been a beautiful and inspiring place to work in during our time here.
Stuart and I did a thing last night. We're down at the Verde Valley School for an artist in residency called Sedona Summer Colony. It's pretty wonderful to be surrounded by creative people and beautiful vistas.
This is a piece inspired by the local colors, geometric artistic style, and the four vortexes that are in the area. We chose the side of a building on campus to bring to life as a real vortex that people could walk through.
Thanks to Verde Valley School students Alex and Amaya for helping me transfer my mindmap on the white board. These are my ideas for the new shawl designs I'm working on while here in Sedona. See any ideas you like? #LMBDesigns#sedonasummercolony
Married for 30 years to the Surrealist painter and sculptor Max Ernst, Dorothea Tanning became well known in her own right for her vivid renderings of dream imagery. Much later in life, after she had reached 80, she gained a different kind of attention when she began to concentrate on writing, producing a novel, an autobiography and poems that appeared in The New Yorker, The Yale Review and The Paris Review.
Asked in 2002 by Salon to sum up the impact of her work, Ms. Tanning replied modestly, “I’d be satisfied with having suggested that there is more than meets the eye.” Read full article link in bio