Monday, March 26, 2012
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Friday, March 9, 2012
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
|© Penny Weber|
For more info about the Gallery Connect March Children's Book Illustrators Show please take a gander at this post HERE.
|Seasons © Diana Ting Delosh |
Ink & Watercolor
Original Art Price: $200
Giclée Art Print HERE
"For every season there is a purpose under heaven"
The above piece was created for the Gallery Connect show. The other 2 pieces I'm exhibiting are posted on my BLOG. The Gallery Connect Children's Book Illustrators Show will run for the month of March.
Gallery Connect at the c3churchli.com - look under events for more info.
320 Broadway/Greenlawn Rd., Huntington, NY 11743
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
© 2012 Laura Goetz
This is a close up of "The Shepherd Boy."
Original framed watercolor for sale at:
Gallery Connect for the month of March.
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Monday, March 5, 2012
The Gallery Connect Children's Book Illustrators Show, organized by Deborah Cuneo, featured the work of area illustrators. Each participating artist was allowed to show up to 3 pieces. As the gallery/café space is run by the C3 Church and shares space in the Rainbow Chimes building, a daycare/pre-school, we were asked that at least one of our child friendly art be bible related. The show is up for the month of March 2012.
Exhibiting CBIG members in random order: Deborah Cuneo, Diana Ting Delosh, Leeza Hernandez, Teresa Tyler, Diane Allison, Penny Weber, Laura Goetz, Donna Miskend, Beth Bogert, Cheryl Taborsky, Babara Mason Rast, Roberta M. Rivera.
Members will be posting their art on this blog during the month of March.
30 Broadway/Greenlawn Rd., Huntington, NY 11743
Friday, March 2, 2012
P 7 illustration from An Armful of Acorns © FarfariaTo view cover art or to acquire - click HERE.
Diana Ting Delosh illustrated 2 books: An Armful of Acorns, written by Adrian Rider and The Greedy Ant Eater by Christine Sawinski. Both book apps are published by Farfaria and are now available on the App Store. Diana used her usual ink and watercolors to create the illustrations but with a digital twist. To read more about the process please visit her blog and read more about The Squirrel and Anteater.