Hello friends and fishes!
It's been another busy week and we've kept it going all weekend long! Our friends at Off Metro published a great interview with Annie and Eric last week, Saturday meant a new crew coming in for classes, and we had a lovely Sunday and an Open Studio event with our neighbors at Sutton Cellars across the street. Here's a look at what's been going on in the studio!
Eric finished carving out his plates for the long-awaited three-colored print of the shipping cranes and the result is pretty spectacular. And, since he's having so much fun playing with multiple colors and skillful registration, he's got a new print based off one of his paintings from the epic Panamax show last March. Take a look-see!
All the recent excitement has inspired us to rearrange the studio and hang some new art, featuring an entire wall of linocuts, a colorful arrangement of Annie's large original paintings, and a new installment in the entry gallery to showcase our favorite framed I Love You California prints and a collection paintings, collages, bears, girls, and a dapper owl Luchador that we lovingly label The World of Annie Gavin.
We're pretty proud of our salon-style skills.
We had a blast at the open house Sunday, and it was wonderful to see so many people stop by to enjoy our work. In between selling art, chatting up the newcomers and visiting with old friends, we kept pretty busy; Annie intrigued guests at her painting station, multitasking between several intricate originals, and Eric pulled prints and gave demos to kids and curious visitors. Big thanks to everyone who came by and our friend Carl at Sutton Cellars for getting it started with a wine tasting (and a tasty food truck!) across the street!
Have a great week!
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