ok, so Gianfranco and I had our BETA test at San Jose street market, then a super mini tiny BETA at chocolate and coffee Pacific Art League, so finally ready for official rollout of Vignette for the night of 01SJ AbsoluteZERO, which I should make it clear, we were not part of, but thanks to Anno Domini gallery, we were able to enjoy the afternoon and evening (noon - midnight), in front of their gallery.
we should have been part of AbsoluteZERO, as being at the very end of the street, we were first line of question for everyone arriving, so we sent Craig (I think? thanks to you or whoever) to get us a pile of the hard to find maps, which we then handed out.
here, in the order as the half day unfolded, are our Vignettes. if you are one of the ones in the photos, we hope you enjoy your art. we had much fun meeting all of you and making these.
photo of Michael is almost all dark (my fault, tried cover flash to see what would happen, since unable to shut flash off) however, Michael is dark, so here he is dark and in a box and watched over by kitten
thank you Cherri
and yes, the photo does look good
instant and this one
at the exact other end of the entire several blocks, in front of ICA, they were creating tin types. I really wanted one, even at $30, however the sign up sheet was full. they had lights, big set up, developed them in front of you, showing the process.
we also had lights, and developed in front of you, and showed the process and were priced less. ( their $30 was a fair price )
Moose waited and waited and waited for her friends. They never came. Then she waited. So we got to know her, talked about art, you don't need to go to art school to be an artist, just do it. If your Grandfather is famous photographer, learn from him. Next day we learned from the friends Moose was waiting for that we know them, Kate & Eric.
hello Lisa (and Brenda), if you do any more reporting, report on us! seriously, I mean what I said a couple months ago, someone needs to be the "art beat" reporter for this city, why not you?
We don't mind if you wander off as we take as long as we take to finish. These 3 friends we thought were gone for good. Came back way later. They made the most of the event, trying everything and creating at the craft tables. Gianfranco wrote something Italian on most of the art. Here he writes: Le tre amiche con due baci. (i'm going to check with him to see if I got this right). which means, three friends, two kisses.
crown/tiara created and donated by the 3 friends mentioned earlier