More explorations in ink, acrylic, and watercolor.
New Work – Not-Quite-Daily Drawing #002
Exploring undersea organic life forms in ink, acrylic and watercolor. Completed 01-02-2011.
New Work – Organics Sketch #20
This one is actually from 2010; got lost in a sketchbook. 🙂
Happy Holidays from Marilyn Fenn!
I want to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday! May you enjoy this season with loved ones in health and harmony, and may the next year be full of love, happiness and creativity. And I thank you for your support all these years. 😀
In honor of the holidays, I have curated not just one, but three, wonderful Treasuries of luscious paintings, all celebrating the color red.
Paint it Red! – Part 1 of 3
Celebrating the painters of Etsy who celebrate the color red. Black and white and red all over.
Paint it Red! – Part One of Three by marilynfennpaintings on Etsy
Paint it Red! – Part 2 of 3
Celebrating the painters of Etsy who celebrate the color red, and the diversity of ways that paint can be handled.
Paint it Red! – Part Two of Three by marilynfennpaintings on Etsy
Paint it Red! – Part 3 of 3
Celebrating the painters of Etsy who celebrate the color red. From loose and flowing to chunky and solid, representational to abstract–RED–awesome, warm and wonderful red.
Paint it Red! – Part Three of Three by marilynfennpaintings on Etsy
Final Weekend of the East Austin Studio Tour
Tomorrow and Sunday are the final two days of E.A.S.T. If you love art, or just want to see some of the coolest things happening in Austin, this is the place to be! Visit the East Austin Studio Tour website to find which artists will be where. You may still be able to find a gorgeous printed catalog and map, but you can also view the catalog online.
One of the coolest features on this year’s EAST website is the ability to create your own tour (because let’s face it, there is no way you could visit all 300 artists, 150 studios, 28 exhibition spaces, 19 happenings, and all the furthermores in 2 days, or even 4, in case you’d already started last weekend). Go to the EAST website and click on the link for “Your E.A.S.T.,” then start searching and adding artists, studios, and exhibition spaces. I quickly made a very tiny list, which you can view here, though it leaves out whole great groups of artists. Sorry, I was a bit bleary-eyed, and unfortunately, it seems you can’t add to the list, once you finalize it. Drat! In fact, I left out the exhibition space where I will be this weekend!
I will be at The Vortex again tomorrow, from 11am-6pm: Exhibition Space #E28, 2307 Manor Road–a large Theatre and yard located just east of the dry cleaners at Cherrywood/Chestnut and Manor. It’s deep back behind the parking lot that’s to the south of
I should be there Sunday, too, though I’m not making any promises. I’m not sure I can stand to hang around that long, and I’d sure love to visit some other artists! (So do let me know in advance if you are planning to come to visit me on Sunday; otherwise…you can always call me after the tour if you’d like to visit my studio.