Friday, January 30, 2015

The Sip 1/30/15

Christi had her first acceptance to a "Call for Art" at the Sip, and the opening was tonight! The theme, "Peace". It was very nice to see her work hanging, and to see all her friends come to support her. I think they filled half the coffee shop.

Here are the photos that were accepted. The photo I took of them on the wall has lens flare, hence why you need to see the originals.





Here are some photos from inside The Sip.  Enjoy!











The next morning we went to LaPorte, and drove by a neat place with old stuff, and private property stay off all over. So these were taken from the road.







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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Pop Culture & Comic Art Show 1/21/15

I found out that Calumet College of St. Joseph, Whiting, IN, was hosting a free admission show for pop-culture and comic art. I was very happy to see Chris Guzman's work with his boxing gloves on display, and other fellow followers of Paul Henry's Art Gallery there, like Mary LeVan and Rick Therrio. Our region is full of talent, and people wanting to go see it.

Here a a few photos I took of the evening.



















What is really cool, is that there will be a NWI Commic-Con February 21st, at the Halls of St. George, in Schererville, IN. This one is large, great for cosplay, and a very affordable price for admission. For more information go check out their FB page by clicking "here". You can see a vid on last years event by clicking "here".




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