|AdrienneRose Gionta photographs "fancy hat ladies" (Photo courtesy of ARG)|
∗ AdrienneRose Gionta, who has been taking lots of pics with her iPhone, hopes she never tires of her photo-taking obsession. I hope she doesn't either because I'm really enjoying her photo-filled posts. I subscribe to her blog and when I see a post with a title that begins, "The following events take place between ..." I know I'm in for a treat. Her latest batch, featuring pics taken between Jan. 24 and Feb. 14, is no exception. I love the fancy hat ladies at right.
∗ DigInMag.com has a Q&A with Miami artist and Stash Gallery owner Evo Love.
∗ Painter Erika Taguchi-Newton discusses what she's been up to recently in her recent post at Ravengirlsnest.blogspot.com.
∗ Claire Breukel talks with Miami artist and Primary Projects co-founder Typoe in An Artist Who Celebrates Miami Style, her story posted on Hyperallergic.com.
|Lake Worth Street Painting Festival photos on Amylookscloser.blogspot.com. (Photo courtesy of Amy Gross)|
∗ Several artists who participated in the recent annual Lake Worth Street Painting Festival discuss why they spend to days on their knees covered in chalk in this recently posted video.
∗ Dirty Magazine did an interview with Ahol Sniffs Glue as he set up his new show, which runs through March 11 at Mercenary Square in Little Havana. Above is the video that accompanies the interview conducted by Anthony Spinello.
∗ Nancy Martini posts pics of her new studio space at The Artisan Lounge.
|More Kitty Cat Adventures from Kristin Frenzel. (Photo courtesy of the artist)|
∗ For those artists who need funding but missed the talks that Katharine DeShaw, executive director of United States Artists, did in South Florida this week, The Girls Club has posted some links to provide artists more information.
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