Thank you so very much to Jerry Hardesty, producer of The Artist's Voice podcast. Jerry is a wonderful painter and a terrific host and I really enjoyed my time talking with him.
Listen in here: https://theartistsvoice.info/2018/08/13/episode-10-artist-lorette-c-luzajic/
We talked about the square foot artworks, the journal I edit (The Ekphrastic Review), my column pairing Wine and Art at Good Food Revolution, and why I don't want to turn in the towel and become a dental hygienist or some other sensible path.
Thanks for joining us! Listen in on some of the other artist interviews, too, at this great new podcast.
Win a Square Foot Art Work of Your Choice!
Would you like the chance to win a square foot art work by Lorette?
All you have to do is send your comments about the square foot collage paintings to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can give your two cents on a particular artwork or on the work overall.
View the complete inventory here: www.squarefootartbylorette.ca/12x12-originals.html
Your comments may be used on promotional materials or in a "What People Are Saying" style web page.
Names on every entry will be placed in hat and drawn by a neutral party. The winner can choose their very own square foot art original by Lorette.
Deadline is September 13, 2018. Draw and announcement of winner will be on September 14, 2018.
Thanks so much for your participation!
Please EMAIL your comments and do not leave comments below or on Facebook, etc. I don't want your entry to get lost. Comments must be emailed to qualify! Thanks.
Yesterday I dropped off twelve of my most fantastical square foot collage paintings at Artusiasm Gallery in Toronto, for an art show August.
Artusiasm Art Gallery
1684 St. Clair West, Toronto
Special thanks to the amazing poet Bill Waters for finding inspiration in my collage paintings.
If you haven't discovered The Ekphrastic Review, venture over to enjoy reading some poetry and essays inspired by art.
Start with Bill's poem by clicking here.
Saucy new pin up girl piece- had fun with this one, using lots of bright colours, flowers, and assorted motifs from comic book and vintage cheesecake era.
Do Not Touch the Art
12x12", mixed media on canvas.
Click image to purchase.