See more in our Halloween Art Gallery.
1. If you hadn’t noticed from the last Friday Five, I am in the mood for Halloween Art. This week I spotted Melinda Dalke’s adorable Mummy Terrier on the front page!
2. EBSQ Artist Windi Rosson is donated 50% of the proceeds from the sale of her ThinkPink painting, She will Prevail. The donation is automatic on eBay. Proceeds will go to The National Breast Cancer Foundation. Go place your bid today!
3. Debbie Millman’s advice on courage and the creative life. Here’s a quote I love from Millman: If you imagine less, less will be what you undoubtedly deserve. Do what you love, and don’t stop until you get what you love. Work as hard as you can, imagine immensities, don’t compromise, and don’t waste time. Start now. Not 20 years from now, not two weeks from now. Now.
4. 3D Printer Bot Creates Perfect Replicas of Classic Paintings <– Amazing!!
5. The EBSQ Forums are down for a few days while the site undergoes a major upgrade. You can still connect with us on Facebook. Check out our page!
1. From the EBSQ front page this morning comes this delightful Halloween art by Susan Brack, titled Little Devil. 😀
2. This month’s mandala from Maureen Frank is Dream a Little Dream. Maureen’s mandalas are always free to download, so head over to get your copy today!
3. EBSQ’s annual ThinkPink exhibit is underway. This year we’ve teamed with the National Breast Cancer Foundation to raise funds for education, support and early detection. If you’re not entering the exhibit you can make a donation on our Fundraising Page!
5. Here’s a little news from yours truly. One of my recent commissions is the cover of a short story available to purchase on Amazon. Check out my blog post, Old Man of Tessera, for more details!
1. Halloween Folk Art – Check out the latest spooky-cute creations from Jane Berryman!
2. Plein Air Poker – Georgia artists should stop by Pat Burn’s blog for details on an upcoming Plein Air Event in Flovilla, Ga.
3. Rembrandt Road Trip – Miriam Schulman has details on five Rembrandt shows you won’t want to miss.
4. October 2011: Open Heart – It’s time for the latest Mandala of the Month, brought to you by Maureen Frank.
5. Each Friday in October I will be featuring one piece Halloween Art in the EBSQ Friday Five. On Halloween day I will feature all of them and more from EBSQ artist’s blogs. I will be trolling the blogs for spooky art all month, but we have A LOT of artist blogs. If you want to ensure you are in this special feature email a link to your blog post with Halloween art to makepeace.arts[at]gmail[dot]com. In the subject please put Halloween at EBSQ.