I am pleased to announce my new Sales webpage on Artfinder, now LIVE! There I’ll be introducing all of my Original work, available for easy, direct purchase. Wishing you all Happy Holidays and a very safe and prosperous New Year in 2017.
Until next time, stay warm, friendly and share Love- the key of all good.
I hope you all enjoyed a nice weekend wherever you are. Changes in the season are cause for celebration as leaves and flowers bloom everywhere. It’s a gorgeously warm day here in the New York City area and that alone is enough to test my patience. The reason is an urgent need to work on projects, while thinking about going outdoors. I think a little walk away from the usual is in order! I find it’s a great idea to step away from whatever we do at home, even if for a little while. Later on, I won’t regret that I missed out on much-needed sunshine. Where I’m situated, it’s a must with all the lengthy cold and gloomy days we otherwise experience.
My recent exhibition in “Sound and Vision” at ConArtist Collective Gallery was a whole lot of fun. I’m onto the next one in: “But Is It Art,” which opens this Wednesday, May 6th, 2015.
I’ve added the piece I showed at Sound and Vision “Speak and Spell Re-envisioned” to my Gallery. I hope you enjoy it as much as I loved creating it.
Speak -n- Spell Re-envisioned, Adriana J. Garces
Until next time, be well and enjoy some of this glorious season!
I hope you are all enjoying a relaxing weekend — or a very fun and exciting one! Checkout a blast of colorful revery in an exhibition of new friends I met at: “A Todo Color: In Full Color” who traveled from Corpus Christi and other places to…you guessed it, right here in New York City’s Chelsea District! >>>
As promised, I carved out a little time to add the images here as part of the #BassBoomProject.
These are the completed images of how the entire piece looks. Since it is a three dimensional, box shaped piece, I include several images for better viewing. After the finishes were applied, its smooth black background turned out flawless! I used Matte Mod Podge for the final steps. Although it’s a favorite of mine, I do offer it for sale. If you are interested in this or any other piece, please contact me directly via email.
Please enjoy and take a look back at the story behind this very loved project. Without further ado, here is the entire #BassBoomProject:
I hope you enjoyed them and share if you like. Thank you for visiting!
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With Love and Peace Always,
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In June 2014 over Father’s Day weekend I participated along other Artist Members of ConArtist Collective in the Paterson Art Walk.
All of us were given choice in the selection of pieces to show. Since the Paterson Art Factory is made up of many buildings and is an old mill converted into art studios, the square footage is huge…I mean, the dreamy kind of large any artist could wish for! If ever you have the opportunity, visiting the Art Factory will prove an adventure in itself.
The one piece I really wanted to stand out is a Subwoofer I’d painted on all four sides and the top. It’s been in the family for quite awhile and is still kicking out a mean bass! That little sound box was originally part of a gaming system my nephews and niece first owned and shared with my children whenever they got down to battle in digital mode. The title and theme I used for promotional aspects is: “The #BassBoom Project.” I use the hashtag here as it can be found across many web platforms within social media.