Earlier this summer, I received two random contacts through the DAC’s website: The first was from a man called Marty, who was traveling with his family to Copenhagen, and wanted to take a class in encaustic painting and/or forgery. I politely elucidated his geographic dislocation, and that was that.
The second was from a woman named Carla Crawford, who claimed to be a painter in need of studio space for the month of August. Ever the skeptic, I used that trusty Google to investigate, and turned up some compelling proof:
I was all like wow and stuff. And I’ll admit it: I’m a sucker for some fine looking art! You can find much more of her work here.
So, it is with great pleasure that I welcome Ms. Crawford to Denmark and the DAC, where she will be in residence for the month of August, making excellent use of our artists studio on the second floor. By way of further introduction:
I am sure that Denmark will provide a fabulous welcome to Carla, and I encourage you to say hello at Jimbob’s and stop by the DAC for her open studio hours, Sundays from 2pm-6pm throughout August!