EBSQ Friday Five Goes to the Dogs

The EBSQ Friday Five offers a brief look at noteworthy news from around the EBSQ Artist Blogosphere. This week we are featuring Nibblefest entries and one (very cute) oddball.

1.“Jack” – Who could say no to this face? Stop by Christine’s blog and follow the links to this auction on Ebay!

Jack by Christine E. Striemer

2. June Nibblefest Art – Artist Sherry Key has three whimsical entries to this months theme. Don’t miss out!

3. A Dog’s World – Tiffany Matthews’ entries this month are not only works of art, but also greeting cards. She needs your bids!

4. Castro & Blaze – What a cute pair from Drusilla Kehl. You have to love  dogs who care this much. 😉

5. Show Me the Scampi – Whoa! What do we have here? Okay, this one isn’t a dog, but you have to take a look at this cute cat. Painted by Karen Winters for Art for Animals, a show to benefit the Pasadena Humane Society and SPCA (where they also have dogs).

Have a great weekend and think about helping a pet in need!


EBSQ Spotlight on Seasonal Art: ‘Tis The Season – Lisa Monica Nelson

This month’s featured gallery is Seasonal Art: ‘Tis The Season.  The month of December brings us Chanukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa and New Year’s Eve. It is a month of festivities and reflection. Seasonal Art: ‘Tis The Season appears once a year in month of December and is always a favorite. From now until the end of the year, we are going to take a few moments to catch up with some of the EBSQ artists that create for this season of celebration.

Lisa Monica Nelson

Martha, a Black Cat Cookie Angel Art Doll Ornie - Lisa Monica Nelson

As much as I love the holidays, I love making a few pieces of holiday art each year. Be it Halloween or Christmas or even Fourth of July, it’s a fun endeavor that adds to the richness of the season. Now that I have grandchildren, it’s wonderful to see the older two (ages 4 and 2) making glitter stars and cotton ball snowmen. I’m a member of two juried holiday art groups — both of which sell on Etsy — American Holiday Artists (AHA) and Magical Holiday Artists (MHA).   Please come visit us, or perhaps consider joining us, if you too enjoy holiday art. Happy Holidays! – Lisa Monica Nelson

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