Announcement List December

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Happy Holidaze! Tis the end of the year, and I am still keeping busy…maybe a little too busy! The near future should bring more prints (specifically from my Alice in Wonderland series), an LA show at The Hive Gallery, and a show in Columbus, OH at the Riffe Gallery. More info about those to come, so for now, here are a few updates for December. Thanks again for following my artwork and have a happy and healthy new year!

VOTE: If you get a chance, please post a comment on my Featured Artist page. If I get the most comments, I will be virtually crowned the Artist of the Year for the Art and Art Deadlines page. Thanks!

GALLERY: My work has been featured in the Nightmares Before XMas show at Eclectix Gallery

Just got news that Bounce and If you Please will be in the Baton Rouge Gallery’s Third Annual Surreal Salon show. Opening January 4th. More info.

INTERVIEW: Read my interview with Stamp Magazine

PHOTOS: Check out some shots from a November photoshoot with Acid PopTart and Mandalynn Rea.

Just modeled for Greg Dearth. Check out the beginning of the painting.

And some shots by Kidtee Hello with me as the model.

NEW: Four pieces for the Featured Artist spot at The Hive Gallery in March: Fumage, Faceted and Fixated and a piece about the Red and White Queens (title TBD)

Thank you for staying connected!

Amy Kollar Anderson
www.KollarAnderson.com

“It is possible that scientists, poets, painters and writers are all members of the same family of people whose gift it is by nature to take those things which we call common-place and to “re-present” them to us – the world – in such ways that our self-imposed limitations are expanded.” ~Gary Zukav

“Personal transformation can and does have global effects. As we go, so goes the world, for the world is us. The revolution that will save the world is ultimately a personal one.” ~Marianne Williamson

“I would like to recapture that freshness of vision which is characteristic of extreme youth when all the world is new to it.” ~Henri Matisse

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