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Artwork on Royal & Langnickel Art Sets

Before There Was Lemonade by Dee Overly on Art Set Cover
Royal & Langnickel just came out with a new line of artist drawing sets. Five of the sets, three tins and two boxs, have my artwork featured on the covers.Most artists know Royal via their brushes. They produce all ranges of brushes from student grade through professional. These new drawing sets fall into the student grade category. And I’m also finding them to be quite nice for my own sketching.

Royal & Langnickel are dedicated to producing art materials for aspiring young artists. And I’m tickled pink that they’ve asked me to be a part of it.

Changing Seasons

Silhouette Sky #14 by Dee Overly
Students are returning to the area. The seasons first football games have been played already at the local universities of EMU and UofM.

Road traffic will triple. The place will be busting at the seams with activity. I love the Ann Arbor / Ypsilanti area. We are booming with the arts. There are so many artists, musicians, writers and performers around here that it makes your head spin. There is always some art event to attend.

At the Riverside Art Center, where I docent, we are preparing for two September art exhibits: It Grows on Trees -II and Trumpets for Democracy:Blood for Oil. We’ll also have a September theatre production called The Foreigner.

For you local artists, we’ll be holding our annual Holiday Art Show in November. It’s like a weekend art fair and you can download the prospectus at the website.

My personal art happenings: You can see some of my miniatures at the Daisy Lake Art Gallery in Dexter, MI. I’ll have work in two September exhibits, one is a theme show called Elements at the Power Center in Ann Arbor with the Chelsea Painters. The other one is Midwest Color 2008 in Dearborn, MI at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center.

I slowed down a bit the last couple months with my art. Tis the season to get back to pushing the pencils….

Have a grand day!

Some Favorite Blogs

Vidhya has bestowed upon me the Brillante Weblog award. It’s one of these great ways to announce some favorite blogs and build network linking all at the same time. I am very honored, Vidhya. Thank you!!

And now I get the added honor of passing this award onto others. So, here’s my list:

Belinda Del Pesco Fine Art
Corinne’s Darshan
Debbie Friedman’s Blog
Helen Percy Lystra
Holly Bedrosian Fine Art
The Extraordinary Pencil

Congratulations! And here are the Brillante Weblog award rules.

  1. Put the logo on your blog.
  2. Add a link to the person who awarded you.
  3. Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
  4. Add links to those blogs on your blog.
  5. Leave a message for your nominees on their blogs.
  6. Participation is entirely voluntary (of course!).
  7. Have fun with this!
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