Character Matters, next week

Reminder this Wednesday

Peek Preview of my art pieces for the show: Continue reading

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Circus Couture’s Charity event this Sunday

I will be helping Brien for Circus Couture fundraiser for Children’s Cancer Research at Palm’s next week. I’ll be one of the caricature artists for the event.

by Cristina Paulos

I will have one of my artwork’s aviable for auction during the event. Here’s an image of the piece.

Here the event link: http://www.circuscouture.aerosproductions.com/index.html

“Circus Couture takes place this Sunday, February 28th at 7:00pm at RAIN in the Palms. The theme is Incognito so you may have some fun dressing to the theme.”

CIRCUS COUTURE!

“Incognito”

Children’s Cancer Charity camouflaged as the circus, fashion and art event of the year.

Sunday, February 28th at Rain Nightclub at the Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, NV.

View POSTER HERE

Hope to see you there!

Cristina!

Character Matters, upcoming show


Something in my eye, paint, pencil on wood, 2010
Show info:

THE FALLOUT GALLERY

Date:
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Time:
6:00pm – 9:00pm
Location:
1551 S. Commerce St.

Open First Friday March 5, 2010 from 6-10PM

Exhibit from March 2-April 10, 2010
“Character Matters” featuring 3 artists:

Cristina Paulos
Kelly Shon
Maranda Espinosa

Distressed Paper now under glass

For the past couple of months, I have been working on my resourceful skills.

I always been very comfortable using paper than, over canvas or wood. Drawing is natural exercises, that speak in simple doodles.

My art supplies are changing ( ex. Having to change sumi ink to instant coffee, stale wine, fabric dye and recycling papers).

Recycling:
Though it may not seem like there is much effort in making paper out of trash bags and plastic bags. It’s very time-consuming, and sometimes it feels like you’re trying to make wine out of water.

Though something, I can’t cut back on preserving artwork, that’s by good framing. There is something about the preserved artwork under glass. That idea that “you can’t touch”. By putting a fragile piece of glass separating you from the artwork. The Glass Reflecting off  lights and figures.  Then put a dark frame that will then contain the piece in on unmovable space.

Here’s a few pieces, just back from framing, for the La Luz de Jesus “Everything But The Kitschen Sync” Group Show in March. Wish I could take a picture without the reflection from the glass.