Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Sewing Circle

Little Berlin
119 W. Montgomery Ave.

Come join us Thursday evening at Little Berlin for the third coloring party. We have the skeleton of the piece built. Now we are mostly weaving in fabric. Please bring orange* and juicy gossip.

*remember to log your hours while scavenging

Monday, May 17, 2010

At Saturday's coloring party, fashion designer and stylist, Reese Juel, adding feathers and fire to Icarus

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Coloring Party

Meeting at Little Berlin 8p Thursday 05/13
119 W. Montgomery Ave.

Bring a friend and bring orange--sturdy and strong materials, not just candy wrappers. Metal. Wood. Hard plastic. Things that will last. I like the monochromes to be durable and high quality, something you could throw out the window and it would stay together; the scratches and dents would add to it, and the pieces that don't survive the fall don't get reapplied.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

"Value City" Opening at Little Berlin

I wanted to thank everyone who came out last night. We had a good turn out and a lot of involvement. The piece has come along more quickly than I expected. Construction of the orange monochrome will continue through out this month. We'll be having coloring parties at Little Berlin (119 W. Montgomery Ave.) Thursday nights from 8-11p, and Saturdays from noon-5p.

The piece is evolving into a kind of sundial. We need long rusty rods if you can find them!

Looking forward to seeing people again and also new faces!
Fashion designer, Keri Hansen, weaving yarn into the orange monochrome at the Little Berlin opening for "Value City"

Monday, May 3, 2010

Scavenger Hunt:

Wednesday, May 5th, 11am
Starting at VVOFFKA Gallery
2037 Frankford Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19125


Thursday, May 6th, 6:30pm
Starting at VVOFFKA Gallery
2037 Frankford Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19125

Monochrome Sold

I'm pleased to announce Hyperion Bank will be purchasing the Monochrome piece that will be assembled during the Value City exhibition. I'm going into the bank today to talk to Suzanne about where the piece will be displayed. We had mentioned using the color orange. I'll confirm the color today, and then I would like to organize a get together one or two times this week to scavenge for pigment before the show.