After much planning behind the scenes, Skeleton School will be showing at the historic Blue Fox Theatre in Grangeville, Idaho on Saturday, September 25 at 1 p.m. I suggest arriving early to get a seat. There are plenty of lovely local restaurants in the downtown area to grab a bite to eat before or after the show.
This special showing will likely be the only in-person screening event. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to complicate in person activities, please only attend if you feel it is safe to do so. You are welcome to wear a mask, or wait for the YouTube link to be available for watching the movie at home.
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A huge thank you to Blue Fox Theatre owner Chris Wagner for his support, and Gerald Lucas for his tech assistance. Fun small town events like this would not be possible without the people who help make it happen!
New prints are now available at the Muse Media Gallery shop on Etsy! Brighten your space with colorful blue and yellow birds.
This series was painted while I lived in Portland, Oregon. I wanted to create artwork for my office to match my bright blue couch with yellow patterned pillows.
If you’re stuck on how to redesign a room, I find it’s often fun to pick a colorful art piece and choose colors from the same palette to shape the furnishings.
The birds were created using watercolor pencils and felt tip pen. The flock features birds found in the western U.S.; the Mountain Blue Bird, American Goldfinch, Western Blue Bird, and the Western Meadowlark.
“A bird does not sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.”
Prints ordered from the gallery shop will be delivered to you as a digital print, and can be printed as big or as little as you like. Visit the shop to see the new selection.
One of my favorite parts about having a physical location for Muse Media Co. was creating a gallery space for the community to enjoy. Patrons would stop by to see the new art exhibitions and appreciate the local works, students would use it as a study space, and local artists had a chance to showcase their work and tell their story.
Although the COVID pandemic still complicates our modern lives, the internet gives us all a way to connect, and to share art. My hope is to be able to continue promoting up and coming artists in Idaho and share their works.