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postheadericon Ch-ch-changes…ZaPow!

I am thrilled to announce that as of today, I am now an artist at ZaPow Gallery.  I am super excited about this.  ZaPow is definitely one of the coolest and most artist-friendly and artist-minded galleries I’ve ever had the pleasure to step foot in.  Thank you, Lauren Johnson (and husband Matt that I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting yet), for your creative genius in opening such a fun and welcoming place!

I was so excited in bringing my offerings in today… and not just fine art, but wearable art in the form of pendants and earrings and functional art in the form of cosmetic bags… that I totally forgot to take pictures to share.  And London, who will be a whopping four in a little over a month, was having way too much fun discovering all the treasures that ZaPow has to offer.  Thank goodness hubby was on hand to help me set up my space and wrangle London!

Find Me at ZaPow! 🙂 Ok, so not the best photo...but I really just wanted to share my new handmade packing with you.

But not to worry, because I will have a chance on May 4th to snap some photos at ZaPow’s May the Fourth Be With You Star Wars Party! Is that a great name for a Star Wars party or what?!?! May 4th…May the force…Love it!

There are actually two parties, one for the kiddos from 3-5 complete with a costume contest, crafts, and hello…CUPCAKES!  London and I will be there with our dear friend, Shannon, for this par-tay!  Then, at 7, is the Big Kid (ahem…FREE beer, wine, costume contest with awesome prizes like tattoos and tickets to LaZoom Comedy Tours!!!) Party! Hello, funness! I hope we can make it to the big kid party, too!


All I can say, is I really do like these ch-ch-changes (yeah, you know you’re singing it with me)!

The Cape, 2012 Now available at ZaPow!

What’s the difference? In the winter that seat is close enough to the radiator to remain warm, and yet not so close as to cause perspiration. In the summer, it’s directly in the path of a cross-breeze created by opening windows there and there. It faces the television at an angle that is neither direct, thus discouraging conversation, nor so far wide as to create a parallax distortion. I could go on, but I think I’ve made my point. –Sheldon Cooper, The Big Bang Theory