Last weekend I went to Art in the Park, an art event held in Columbia , Mo. where many artists from all around the country come and sell/showcase their artwork. I came across sisters Patricia and Veronica Castillo who traveled all the way from Texas to showcase their art. These ceramicist’s aim to revive their mexican culture, traditions and art.
This past weekend I went to Art in the Park, an art event held in Columbia , Mo. where many artists from all around the country come and sell/showcase their artwork. This is ceramicist Bill Wilkey, an artist with a mission to bring functional masterpieces into everyone’s home.
This week, I watched the documentary “The Pixar Story,” and was inspired to write this post about traditional cartoon animation, a dying art form.
^ “Paperman,” by John Kahrs and Walt Disney Animation Studios is a recent short animation that won an Oscar this year. It is a new type of animation that combines the charm of traditional hand-drawn animation and the modernity computer animation.
Every year, Columbia, Mo. has an Earth Day Festival.
This year robots took over.
Last Friday is an example of a time when the place you live surprises you. Not a bad surprise, but a good artsy one. I went to “Artrageous Fridays“.
And let me tell you the art crawl did justice to it’s name. There was art, wine, music, magicians, food and did I mention wine? As one artist put it “It is a friday where once a month the art community of Columbia (Missouri) opens up its arms and saids welcome”.
Ditto. I started off the night at Artlandish Gallery.