Sunday, September 30, 2012

Bark for Art at Greenwood Village

 Snake in Slippers. Mixed media on cloth. 
My favorite flag made for the tent at Greenwood Villages Bark for Art event. It was a fundraiser for public art, and a lot of fun!

 The tent at about 7 a.m., with me trying to keep Gus from running away.
People registered for a dog walk, then hit the commons for refreshments, art, and ongoing events.

 Spot. Mixed media on cloth. 
I seldom draw furry animals, but felt it appropriate to have a dog as the center of the Cranky Bird Studio tent awning.

 Josephine. Mixed media on cloth.

 I had a great time meeting people, and was very lucky to be next to a "creative robot" operated by students who are part of Platte Forum! It's a super organization that "provides effective out-of-school creative learning that is long-term, consistent, intensive, in-depth, and high in artistic quality to address the problem of little to no access to arts-based learning in schools our youth attend."
Having a chance to visit with the students and see some of their high quality artworks was one of the highlights of the event for me. You'll be impressed with the organization too, so
please check out their site:

Thanks for the visit!




  1. What an enticing & fun display! The snake is my favorite too but they're all great!

    1. Thanks, Leah! It was pretty much fun to make


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