Sunday, July 24, 2011

Find me on Facebook and other BIG news!

Maintaining multiple forms of contact is darn near impossible for me these days.  Having two littles under the age of five really demands a lot of my time and attention, so I rarely get to work on my art or salsa business and keeping up blogs, email, and various other forms of contact is just impossible.  So, please come find me on Facebook.  I don't use the phone that much, I almost never email, blogging has long been rare since I got my first little.  But!  I do Facebook.  To find me on Facebook, you can either follow my link here, or you can search the pages for Elisabeth Hurley (Visual Space)

Now I'm not saying I won't be posting at all here anymore.  The blog is not totally abandoned.  I'm just going to continue to post pretty infrequently and if you want to know more about what's going on and see all my latest work, you should 'like' me on Facebook as well.  I'm updating the Facebook page a fair bit these days because of my BIG news.....

I'm renting studio space for a month to try out working like a "real artist".  And I'm LOVING it.  One of the best things I've ever done for myself.  I wish I'd done this YEARS ago.  Here are a few pictures my friend Teddi Maull of Picture The Day took of me and my studio mates.  For more, you can check out my albums on my Facebook page.  I'm also updating the page almost every day while I'm working with sneak peeks of works in progress and finished pieces.

This last picture is me (far right) and my studio mates. We're all in this together.  We're also going to be having our first art show as part of the First Friday Art Walk next month, August 5th, 6-9pm.  Come see us and check out what we've been working on!  We're upstairs in Space Gallery on Santa Fe Drive in Denver.

What will we do after our month is up?  Well, if finances allow (come buy some artwork please!) at least two of us will continue another month.  Otherwise, it'll just be a good month to look back on and remember that we were actively doing what we loved, and taking our art seriously as we never have before (well, I know at least two of us never have).  This studio is one of the top 5 best things I've ever done.  I hope I can continue, but if not, it will still have been a very good thing.