The Artists Life – Part I
I’ve always envied artists. To be aware of one’s creative gifts. To have a calling so clear and certain. To see a path of vocation that aligns daily tasks with the fulfillment of that calling. Lucky Bastards.
Open Studios at The Button Factory
A long-standing Holiday tradition in Portsmouth NH, I look forward to this event every year. An old brick building – once a thriving button factory a midst New England’s long-lost textile industry – now re-purposed into affordable studio space for area artists. This is a great example of what happens when communities and landlords focus on shared vs opposing values and personal gain.
The very talented, and yes – very handsome – Alastair Dacey daceystudios.com A portrait artist whose work reminds me of John Singer Sargent. One of only two artists invited to the Bush ranch in Crawford TX to paint the former First Lady’s official White House portrait – we look forward to following and sharing that story.
please visit: DaceyStucios.com
Or contact him at NADACEY@gmail.com