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Holy crap its almost summer. Technically it doesn't start till June 21st, but really, it starts June 1st. Am I right?

I am not in school and don't get a summer vacation so the lines of "summer" doesn't really matter, but something in the air changes. There is a new excitement and all the fun people come out to play. Fun and fun people can be found every day of the week. It is a great time to realign your friends and make new ones.

'Tis the season for all the outdoor art festivals, events, and shows. I got burnt out last year so this year its hard to get me to commit to anything. I will mostly be showing art indoors through the Eagle Arts Commission in June and July at ........St. Lukes somewhere. The actual location and information will be coming soon. 

Crap that's only two weeks away! I gotta get that stuff figured out. 

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Laci McCrea
Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
United States
I am a contemporary artist specializing in figurative work focusing on the embodiment of emotion through the brilliant colors of oil paint. I feel that I have a unique approach of capturing a subject's emotion in a way that allows my audience to see beyond the surface of the painting and into the individual's soul. I like to keep the focus on the subject and then break away with design utilizing my base graph and exposed canvas to accentuate the subject’s emotion in an interactively abstract manor. The hidden and buried emotions within are the ones I frequently seek to portray in raw and stunning ways, as they have enveloped large portions of my life experiences. However, I sincerely want my audience to deeply feel those emotions, make their own connections, and use those connections to experience beauty within tragedy.
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