I finally learned how to spell that word because of this project. [I’m still working on “rorschach”, but I have “symmetry” and “silhouette” down, most of the time.]
In addition to new spelling knowledge, I’m going to get a 5 x 5 foot canvas, from Beating Lights, to create an interactive paint project for this fun filled art/music event. Find the event details below!
I’m taking inspiration from the kaleidoscope, and I have been researching and practicing their shapes. Downloaded some apps. I’ve found some basic shapes to mess around with. These first ones are a bit eerie.
Some practice in kaleidoscopes based from an acrylic painting I’ve been working on (and just finished and shipped a few days ago):
These two kaleidoscope images are from a not yet published watercolor word search group, an addition to the watercolor word search series:
The event is this Sunday, September 4th, 2016, in downtown LA. Here are the details!
Beating Lights and Scene & Heard are coming together to bring you your Labor Day weekend plans!
Spend your Sunday afternoon in a backyard in Downtown LA, for an immersive, interactive, collaborative experience, filled with live music, games, arts, and as always, all the good vibes.
A DIY Community Arts and Music Fair
Sunday September 4 2016
A Backyard in DTLA
1353 Toberman Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015
2-7pm FREE ALL AGES
::LIVE MUSIC:: starts at 2:30pm
The May Company
James Allen Spirit
::LAWN GAMES ::
::INTERACTIVE ART STATIONS::
zine making + waterocloring + button crafting + more!
::LIVE PORTRAIT PAINTING::
::Free Beer by Pabst Blue Ribbon (21+)
:: Collective Kaleidoscope Painting Experience
by Lorna Alkana Art::
:: Art Installation by Plantluvr::
Bring your friends and good vibes, we’ll bring ours.
See you there.
~~ ALL AGES AFTER PARTY AT THE HI HAT 8pm $5~~
Beating Lights is a music brand based in Los Angeles bringing people together by producing events and creating content around town.
Come hang with us: www.beating-lights.com
Scene & Heard
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I update my Exhibition Page with events and galleries Lorna Alkana Art is featured in.
I post twice a week in two sorts of ways: In the beginning of the week, I share new art/discussions about the process of works in progress. Around Friday I post segments with Comic Lorna in my audiobio comic series called, Affect.