Uh-oh, we goofed up! We just learned that today’s Art of the Day selection had a syntax error in the database and the page wasn’t displaying properly. Our extreme thanks to the early birds who wrote to let us know! In case you missed it, here’s Carmen Trueheart’s piece which epitomizes this week’s theme “Little Things.” Look for more little things via EBSQ’s AOTD all week.
This month’s Team EBSQ-Etsy theme was Butterflies, and what a stunning display of Spring!
These Spring-a-rific works of art were brought to you by: Christina A Kapono, Jaishi, Aimee Koester, Lindsay E Cheesewright, Laura Winzeler, Melia Dawn Newman, Windi Rosson, Emmarts, Kris Jean, Shawn Marie Hardy, Sherry Key, Renée Gandy, Torrie Smiley, Elis Cooke, and Charlene Murray Zatloukal.
Next month: Mother Earth
Kris Jean, Mod Team EBSQ-Etsy
It looks like we’re having issues with a recent chat software upgrade and have to reschedule tonight’s EBSQ Juried Artists Q & A chat to next Monday (April 19). As a consession to our tech bad, we’re extending the submission deadline from April 20th to April 25.
Questions in the interim? Drop by the EJA Q & A Forum at EBSQ!
In 2009, I took on the path of exploration and travel, connecting with others in the web-business/technology industry as well as venturing into opportunities that would open up for my art. In so doing, I’d learned many ways of supporting my work while on the road. Read more of Mobile Studio: Supplies for a nomad artist…
Lovely original designs from our Team EBSQ-Etsy members. We took the word “ornament” in it’s broadest terms for inspiration to bring you these goodies.
These wonderful little works of art are brought to you by: Christina A Kapono, Beaded Heron, Andréa Dodwell, Charlene Murray Zatloukal, Tiffany Matthews, Kim Niles, So Jeo Katherine LeBlond, Aimee Koester, Catherine Darling Hostetter, Robin Cruz McGee, Loredana Mariotto, and Lisa Nelson.
~Kris Jean, Mod Team EBSQ-Etsy
Amanda Makepeace is the winner of Simon Sez… Reflections! Patricia Lee Christensen – Simon for last week’s Simon Sez, chose Amanda’s photograph because of it’s “great composition and feeling”. She said “I love the subtle misty reflections in the back of the pool and the sky reflection in the foreground.”
If you want keep up with Simon Sez, be sure to go to the EBSQ Forum and check Challenge Central. Challenge Central is the place to check on current and past Simon Sez challenges – complete with all the entries, as well as all other EBSQ Challenges.
Congratulations Amanda! We look forward to your turn as Simon.
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