Announcement List : February

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Even with the extra day, February is whoosing by at neck breaking speed. I am home sick and realized I have not gotten out my Announcement List for the month, so here we go…. Achoo!

DAYTON SHOPS!: Have you been to Clash Consignments yet? If not, you should see all the art and fun clothes that have on hand! I have a bunch of framed intaglio prints and other goodies headed that way. In addition, I will have work at a new place, Decoy Art Boutique.

CLASSES: Speaking of Decoy Art Boutique, I will be hanging out painting on March 29th, and holding a workshop on April 12th. More info to come!

TIME LAPSE VIDEO: I have posted my newest time lapse video. I tapped into my Zen side for this one, Painting Pebbles.

NEWS: A great little read in the Dayton Daily News about my happenings.

PRINTS: I am getting closer to having prints available of Fumage and Phyxiated with the possibility of more in the works thanks to my friend Charlie Gast!

IN THE STUDIO: Busy, busy, busy! Getting pieces together for the upcoming shows at 4FRNT and Fitton in May and June. In the works, Curiouser and Curiouser (Knotty Alice), Portrait of Lily White, and just started a big boy Junc Yard.

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Thank you for staying connected!

Amy Kollar Anderson
www.KollarAnderson.com

“Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.” ~ Steve Jobs

“Do you know how helpless you feel if you have a full cup of coffee in your hand and you start to sneeze?” ~ Jean Kerr

“An artist feels vulnerable to begin with; and yet the only answer is to recklessly discard more armour.” ~ Eric Maisel

I had always functioned with dignity, wanting to appear intelligent, macho, never vulnerable or insecure. But now I realize that… a part of these comic characters is a fundamental part of me too.” ~ Leslie Nielsen

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