Friday, February 16, 2007

Blue Pineapple


Mike said...

Thank you for posting these wonderful paintings. I like the shadow details in "Blue Pineapple".
"Steel Bridge"(2-6-07) is my favrite.
I am so inspired that I am going to give your blog address to two other artists that I know. One is painting a mural on our wall here at the mission. The other artists are retired schoolteachers. He fires the pottery, and she paints mostly floral scenes upon them.

Mike said...

The Tannery Arts Center, former home of a 150-year-old leather factory on River Street, has been designed to give local artists an affordable place to live, create and perform. The tannery closed in 2001.
The 8-acre site includes several barn-red historic buildings and was bought by the city Redevelopment Agency for $6 million in March 2005. The agency then agreed to lease the land to Artspace, a nonprofit developer out of Minneapolis, for $1 a year. The agency will allow the developer to build 100 below-market-rate apartments with studios, offices and performance space for artists and nonprofit organizations

Steve Washburn said...

Ah! Santa Cruz!!