There’s no such thing as a quiet week on RB and you’ve certainly been keeping busy. We enjoy reading through journals where artists have shared their achievements, news, tips and tricks and we’re always equally impressed by the support and encouragement offered in the comments. So without further ado, here’s just some of the action we spotted in the past seven days.
- If you happen to be in Queensland please stop by a combined exhibition by our lovely Redbubble members Dianne Ilka, Natasha Hodgson, and Jaana Day!
- Experience an “Artist behind the Art” interview on Redbubble member JeffJag in the Community blog.
- MsDebbie can ‘bearly’ contain her happiness at her work “Bear” being featured in Pink Panther Magazine.
- Berndt2 was found hobnobbing, through the lens of his camera, at the Django Unchained Premiere in Sydney!
- Strawberries sees a dream realized when her work is exhibited in LA! Way to go!
- Speaking of shows! Kenroome is keeping busy with the happenings with his local North Carolina gallery.
- Zefira has shared a gem of a find on the inspiring story of Jarrett J. Kroscoczka’s “How a Boy Became An Artist”.
- Artist ShazZenith is keeping the creativity flowing by picking up a new outlet through photography.
- Peter Maudsley currently has a Art Exhibition at Brumfield Winery!
- Pene Stevens has stared a new blog for her new project! Check it out and maybe start one of your own!
- Ethna Gillespie’s work No, It’s Not Ikea was selected for an upcoming exhibition, along with an upcoming birthday and reconnecting with an old friend!
Congratulations to the artists above. Each week we feature a small selection of news, inspiration and achievements we’ve spotted, but we’d really like this to serve as an intro to your own news. What was the highlight of your week? Have you got any creative projects planned for the week?
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~Team Community (Heidi, Jen, Rhana and Rosemary)