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art2life year one complete!

Thank you to all of the artists and generous donors for the art2life project!
This year is all sold out, but stay tuned for the next evolution!


“art2life” painting by Kristin Friz

A special thank you to Kristin Fritz for an amazing rendering of the art2life logo.  This beautiful work of art is 60×48″ of paper bag, walnut ink & pure pigment.  To see more of Kristin’s fabulous work please visit…kristin.fritz.30art.com.

 

 


Taken on: January 1, 2011

Hand Woven Rug & Book
TRDMRC: Music
TRDMRC: Music
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Brooklyn, NY)href="http://www.trdmrc.com/">Visit TRDMRC's Website"TRDMRC is a Creative Communicator who loves God and hopes to continue making Him known through his art and life learning."
 
Kristin Loganbill: Block Prints
Kristin Loganbill: Block Prints
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Grand Ronde, OR)href="http://www.moonteaartwork.com/">Visit Moontea Artwork's WebsiteKristin Loganbill is the primary designer/artist and owner of Moontea Artwork. Her greeting cards, fabric goods, and hanging art are created in a studio on a beautiful 20 acre farm near the Oregon Coast.
Kristin Loganbill: Block Prints
Kristin Loganbill: Block Prints
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Grand Ronde, OR)href="http://www.moonteaartwork.com/">Visit Moontea Artwork's WebsiteKristin Loganbill is the primary designer/artist and owner of Moontea Artwork. Her greeting cards, fabric goods, and hanging art are created in a studio on a beautiful 20 acre farm near the Oregon Coast.
 
Kristin Loganbill: Block Prints
Kristin Loganbill: Block Prints
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Grand Ronde, OR)href="http://www.moonteaartwork.com/">Visit Moontea Artwork's WebsiteKristin Loganbill is the primary designer/artist and owner of Moontea Artwork. Her greeting cards, fabric goods, and hanging art are created in a studio on a beautiful 20 acre farm near the Oregon Coast.
Kristin Fritz: Paper Bag & Walnut Ink
Kristin Fritz: Paper Bag & Walnut Ink
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Portland, OR)href="http://kristin.fritz.30art.com/">Visit Kristin's WebsiteKristin Fritz was born in Mountain View, California, and now resides in Portland, Oregon. Fritz combines collage and painting techniques to create works about balance, relationship, and choice. In her current work, brown paper grocery bags are stained and distressed then applied onto canvas to create “tapestries” of personal perspective. Making something from nothing, she seeks to present the familiar in an unfamiliar way. Fritz draws inspiration from Eastern philosophy, quantum physics, and the ever-changing landscape of light and dark within.
 
Pam Flanders: Oil Paintings
Pam Flanders: Oil Paintings
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Portland, OR)href="http://pamflanders.com/">Visit Pam's Website"So much of nature is breathtaking and being close to my subject matter is so important to gaining an understanding of its essence. When I can capture that on canvas I feel the painting is a success. The late afternoon light on a field of hay bales for instance is an incredible sight but so too are the intoxicating smells of the fresh cut hay, the sounds of the birds and insects at that time of day and the texture of the ground beneath my feet. The painting becomes an experience I would not have had in my studio. Later, as I look at one of my finished works, all the sights, sounds, and smells come back as if I were once again in that moment. It is a total sensory experience to relive all the places I've traveled and painted. To convey this to others through my paintings is a joy. Frequently I like to include a brief description of this experience on the back of my paintings for my patrons. I feel grateful to have had some wonderful teachers and the works of the masters to guide me. I admire so many but my absolute favorite is the work of Joaquin Sorrolla. I feel privileged to follow in their footsteps and to enjoy creating art for a living."
Dave Hunter: Carved Wooden Spoons
Dave Hunter: Carved Wooden Spoons
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Newberg, OR)
 
Susan Greenbaum: Collage Bracelet
Susan Greenbaum: Collage Bracelet
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Portland, OR) href="http://www.sgreenbaumart.com/Bluehost.com/Welcome.html">Visit Susan's Website"From an early age I was drawing and coloring all the time. I was always the one doing the artwork for school, even though my small high school had no art courses. In college I majored in studio art and elementary educations so I finally got to learn a few things. For the past 16 years I have been exploring and taking many many classes to find my style. I am having so much fun, now, with painting and collaging, that I really feel good about how I am combining all I have learned. Painting this way allows me to just have a ball and also keep growing and expanding and coming up with new ways to do things. I truly never get bored with it. Each new canvas is a chance to discover something new to see visually, and, to learn about myself."
Kevin Carroll: The Katalyst Collection
Kevin Carroll: The Katalyst Collection
Taken on: January 1, 2011

(Portland, OR)Visit Kevin's Website Kevin Carroll is the founder of Kevin Carroll Katalyst/LLC and the author of three highly successful books published by ESPN, Disney Press and McGraw-Hill. As an author, speaker and agent for social change (a.k.a. the Katalyst), it is Kevin’s “job” to inspire businesses, organizations and individuals - from CEOs and employees of Fortune 500 companies to schoolchildren - to embrace their spirit of play and creativity to maximize their human potential and sustain more meaningful business and personal growth. With his consulting endeavors, Kevin has helped turn creative ideas into reality for organizations such as The National Hockey League, ESPN, Nike, Starbucks (his words appeared on 17 million Grande cups), The National Basketball Association, The Walt Disney Company, Mattel, Hasbro, Procter & Gamble, The Discovery Channel, Capital One, and many others. Raised by his grandparents in Philadelphia, Kevin spent endless hours at the neighborhood playground where he found his calling: a red rubber ball. His subsequent pursuit of play and his “red rubber ball” took him overseas with the Air Force, where he served as a language interpreter and translator, gaining fluency in Croatian, Czech, Serbian, and German.


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100% of the proceeds of the project will go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and the Chehalem Cultural Center.  Both entities are non-profit 501(c)(3)’s.

01. June 2011 by laurenlmw
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