Friday, September 14, 2012

Kate Freeman

Kate Freeman emailed some photos of her Art Is Everywhere sign in her studio.  Thanks so much, Kate, you have some interesting-looking projects in the works; I can't wait to see what becomes of them...

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Video from Ignacio Pérez Pérez

Here is a link to a time lapse video that Ignacio Pérez Pérez made while in Santiago, Chile. Those potatoes look delicious.

Friday, September 9, 2011

LuLu's Seafood Restaurant

Perla Segovia emailed this photograph taken on Mother's Day outside of LuLu's Seafood Restaurant in St. Louis, Missouri.

Monday, August 15, 2011

More Photos from Ignacio Pérez Pérez

Ignacio Pérez Pérez emailed me some more photos of the sign in Caracas, so feel free to check them out. Check out some of the previous photos Pérez Pérez emailed here and here - it is great to see the sign so celebrated and so well-traveled.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Let There Be Cake

Art Is Everywhere, even on cake! Chuck & I went to an open forum cake decorating at Schnuck's tonight where we each got to decorate and take home our own single-layer 8-inch cakes. I decorated this Art Is Everywhere cake wreck of a marble cake, complete with paint spatters and sprinkles... Yum! :)

Monday, May 23, 2011

Friday, May 13, 2011

In Memory of Paul Reiter

I was deeply saddened to learn of the tragic death of Paul Reiter today from a mutual friend. Paul was an amazing person, and perhaps the most noble and humble individual I have ever met. He always gave of himself without question to everything he did and was a strong supporter of & advocate for the arts. He extensively collected works by local artists and attended numerous exhibitions, always bringing a smile & keeping an open mind and encouraging others to do the same.

I first met Paul through the Life Blood Exhibit preview party, where he purchased one of the auctioned artworks to benefit the show. He continued to support the Life Blood Exhibit after that, following both that show and my own personal endeavors, like the Art Is Everywhere sign project, of which he was one of the first to register for a sign and kept that sign in the back window of his van where it could be seen by people all over town. He was always very giving & generous and his continuous presence & support strengthened the art community

Please read this article in the St. Louis American to learn more of Paul's unending support and passion for art, along with his loyalty to his family, the St. Louis American, and the St. Louis community as a whole. He will be sorely missed.