Monday, October 16, 2017
Today was work on chere to make her ready for the walkerville artist co-op. I started to other pieces. Hanging at the co-op is in November gotta get ready.
Wish me luck. :)
Wish me luck. :)
Posted by Irene Sekersky at 12:43 PM
Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Dear Friends and fellow art enthusiasts
I finally decided to get off my bottom and buy a domain. www.isekerskyart.com typing this will bring you to my website.
Now all I have to do is bring her into a more professional stance (by ironing out her rough edges.)
I have also talked to art attack and were working on making a sign for Bruce park.
I am excited my business card is getting a revamp with my new phone number and domain.
were moving forward on some projects
Posted by Irene Sekersky at 12:36 PM
Friday, July 7, 2017
I am starting a workshop though boost
Learning what it is to feel: Is an 8 week program, 1 day a week commitment for 8 week duration. After 8 weeks there will be a convergence with ‘boost’ partners for a duration of 4 weeks.
The program is adaptable to participant group size 10-12
The theme of the work shop is about showing people how we are all artists, in our own way, some may use different tools but it’s about taping into our creative side. Creating community by talking together about our art. We will use collaboration to collectively work on a project together and being aware that we all have something of value to give whether it’s a word of encouragement or a thought that is unexpected.
Any people interested email me and I will fill you if when I have the details.
Posted by Irene Sekersky at 12:15 PM
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I worked another day on the family portrait. Again, I was not completely satisfied with letting her go yet, hopefully the buyer and recipient will appreciate the pains. When I start to move in circles and get to the point of almost over do the piece so that tells me to wrap it up.
Posted by Irene Sekersky at 7:52 AM