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Pen’s Eye: Stylish Illustrations for Stylish Life by Martina Pavlova

Fashion Illustration by Martina Pavlova (Image courtesy of Martina Pavlova)

Dear Pennies & Pens, I have always loved fashion illustration. Years ago, I worked with the Brooklyn Public Library to launch a public relations and social media campaign for the exhibit, “Fashion Illustration: A Contemporary Look”. It was such a fun project because I learned a lot about fashion illustration as well as honing my […]

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Pen’s Eye: The Dallas Observer’s Artopia 2016

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Dear Pennies & Pens, Some of you may remember that last year, I attended the Dallas Observer’s Artopia. If you don’t check out the post here: Press Pen: Dallas Observer Artopia 2015. I am happy to report that I attended the event again this year. That said, I present to you, Pen’s Eye: The Dallas […]

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Pen’s Eye: Aurora

Art at Aurora (Image by LoudPen)

Dear Pennies & Pens, A few weeks ago, I attended Aurora while in Dallas. Aurora is a massive light, sound, video and performance arts event held in the Dallas Arts District every two years. I had never heard of Aurora so I was excited to see what the event was all about. As it states […]

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Pen’s Eye: Being Leonardo Da Vinci

Dear Pennies & Pens, I have always loved the theater. I love seeing the actors and actresses perform right in front of me. I feel like seeing a live performance allows you to see the story unfold right in front of you. It’s so beautiful and interesting. Moving right along, I recently attended Being Leonardo […]

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Pen’s Eye: Texas Contemporary

Art by Federico Uribe (Image by LoudPen)

Dear Pennies & Pens, One of the cool things about living in Houston is the fact that it’s a diverse city with plenty of arts and culture events. Take Texas Contemporary for example. Texas Contemporary is Houston’s leading contemporary and modern art fair that brings the country’s best galleries to the area’s discerning collector base. […]

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Pen’s Eye: Jeremy Biggers

Art by Jeremy Biggers (Image courtesy of Jeremy Biggers)

Dear Pennies & Pens, As you all know, I went to Artopia in Dallas a few weeks back. If you missed it, check it out here: Press Pen: Dallas Observer Artopia 2015. After the event, I was browsing through Twitter to see what I missed at the event (yes the event was so big that you […]

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Pen’s Eye: Vakseen Art

Vakseen (Image courtesy of Vakseen)

Dear Pennies & Pens, Last week, I discovered this new art app called Vango which allows you to view and buy art. Artists can also set up accounts and sell their work. The coolest thing about Vango is that it organizes art according to price, type, or collection. Not only is it easy to use […]

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Pen’s Eye: Adam Jones Art

Adam Jones (Image courtesy of Adam Jones)

Dear Pennies and Pens, As you all know, a couple of weeks ago, I was in Dallas for Artopia. If you missed it, check out the post here: Press Pen: Dallas Observer Artopia 2015. While at Artopia, I met the talented Mr. Adam Jones who was painting live at Artopia. I immediately fell in love with Adam’s work. […]

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Pen’s Eye: Interview with Nobody

Self Portrait by Nobody (Image courtesy of Nobody)

Dear Pennies & Pens, As you all know, last week I was in Dallas for the Dallas Observer’s Artopia 2015. If you missed the post, check it out here: Press Pen Dallas Observer Artopia 2015. While at Artopia Dallas, I came across the work of a really cool emerging artist who goes by the name of […]

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Pen’s Eye: Interview with That Artista Philece R

Philece R. (Image courtesy of Philece R.)

Dear Pennies & Pens, The thing about interviewing new artists is that I get insight into their world. I get to learn more about their creative process and how they view society. I’m so thankful that I was able to discover today’s interviewee Philece R. and feature her work. Philece’s work explores bold contrasts and rhythmic […]

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