Week Thirteen All Ready!
Well Hello Everyone!
I must say that staying dedicated to creating is tougher than you think. For me, it is not finding new things to create. I have soooooooooo many ideas I want to work on that it is driving me crazy! It is more of the problem of FINDING THE TIME TO CREATE. I have taken on a second job as an art counselor and I still have my job at the bead store as well. And I have just… Continue
Added by Allison B. on June 21, 2009 at 11:14pm —
Cyanotypes, also called sun prints, are one of the oldest photographic printing processes dating back to 1842. Sir John Herschel developed this first silver less photographic process using only 2 chemicals and the sun as a light source. These sun prints are decidedly low tech as the final image of a cyanotype appears only with the aid of sunlight as a light source and water for a developer. This inexpensive, simple and permanent process was used for the blue print process for copying… Continue
Added by Jane Linders on June 20, 2009 at 8:36pm —
I have this urge to do some photos. Something eerie and spooky and also some kind of film noirish. Trouble is: I can never find a photographer who is interested.
Added by Silke Renate Lienhardt on June 12, 2009 at 7:15pm —
Thanks Saint Louis... for 5 years of letting The Alley Cat Revue Shimmy our way into your....Hearts!
Come help us celebrate our 5th Birthday at one of our shows...
Friday June 12th 10pm Birthday Celebration special guests CLOWNVIS and DJ Jameson @ Deluxe 2733 Sutton Blvd
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Saturday June 13th 10pm Movie night and free popcorn @ Rue13 1311 Washington Ave.
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Added by The Alley Cat Revue on June 11, 2009 at 1:09am —
Hey I made it past Ten Weeks!!
I'm sorry I'm sending this blog entry on Monday instead of Sunday but I had to get ready for my new summer job as an Art Counselor at Laumeier Sculpture Park here in the St. Louis area.
Well it's Week Eleven and I have been working one a lot of bracelets lately to get ready to launch my new sell site for my bracelet line. It's always fun for me to work on… Continue
Added by Allison B. on June 9, 2009 at 6:01pm —