Archive | December, 2013

The one with the yellow flowers

28 Dec

Good morning and happy Saturday.

Last week, I finished a granola box canvas for a good friend. She has been a great supporter of my work and encourages me regularly. I had a lot of fun creating this for her.


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I am happy to report that she loved this piece when I gave it to her last week.

Don’t forget, if you are in Nashville and you would like to purchase one of my granola box canvases, stop by Atmalogy and pick one up.

Have a safe and happy New Year!

The one where I’m the featured artist

21 Dec

Happy Saturday!

This week I am excited to share that I am the featured artist on Jennibellie’s Tell All Tuesday!!!!!! Please check out my post and I encourage you to spend some time on her blog. She is a talented artist with a whimiscal style and is one of my favorites. She has tutorials and fantastic videos on her blog.  Jennibellie is one of my go-to artists when I need inspiration and it has been a true honor to be  her last artist on TAT for 2013.

TAT-Ivebeenafeaturedartist-buttonAfter you have a chance to read my post and check out her blog, please leave us some comments (on her blog and mine). We’d both love to hear what you think.

Cheers and happy holidays! And thank you so much for reading!

The one where I visit The Estuary

8 Dec

Good morning,

You may recall that I was fortunate enough to get a space in Atamalogy in Nashville to sell some of my mixed media pieces. I went back earlier in the week to decorate my space and I’m excited to share that I have sold my first piece: Blue Whimsey!

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SOLD! Blue Whimsey

And here is what my space looks like now:

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Studio Bukowski space in Atmalogy

IMG_2301This week I’m working on new pieces to add to my space:

IMG_2348Yesterday, at the invitation of a friend, I had the pleasure of visiting  The Estuary. We participated in an art journal workshop led by an amazing woman named Larkin. Doesn’t this space look arm and inviting?

EstuaryFive women gathered to work on art journals. We began by writing what we wanted in our lives in our journals. After a while, Larkin led us through the layers to create our layouts. Of course, as we were working, we got to know each other, laughed a lot and had fun. It was a wonderful way to spend a Saturday morning and I’m so glad I took the time for myself outside of my studio with some other creative minded women. If you’re in Nashville, I highly recommend checking out The Estuary!

I didn’t finish my journal layout, but here is what I worked on:

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I look forward to finishing this layout and working on some more! What do you think?

Till next week,