Glue ladies gone wild

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Sasha and I taking our “glue lady” job on the assembly line very seriously, Southern Exposure, SF, Canon Digital Rebel

Art you wish you had made: The famous red paper clip story. {via Eileen}

Art that will make you giggle.

Art that you could stare at for hours: The Smithsonian portrait competition.

Art that is beautiful and slightly disturbing: Large scale, striking sculptures of people. {via Tablehopper}

Art that is a dance: You may remember that I wrote about my friend’s short film Winter of the Dance a while back.

Well now you can see it for yourself! You will not be disappointed.

And art that comes in a can! You can now purchase a limited edition can of art gallery from the Rebar project “Encanment.” To see photos of my husband Matt, myself and many of my friends “working the assembly line” check out Sasha’s Flickr photo stream.

And finally, if you are in the Bay Area tune into the fabulous show SPARK on KQED Channel 9 this Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm. You can see an interview with Matt and the closing of the show!

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19 Comments

  1. Juli

    So glad to see Jeff’s film. I’ve read a lot about the journey on Keri’s site. Kudos to them all–it’s wonderful! Thanks for the Mo clip! She’s adorable!

  2. my pink sky

    this photo is priceless! so laverne and shirley in the chocolate factory 🙂

  3. Leonie

    this is so delicious…
    tee hee heeeee

  4. kristine

    You guys are so cool! Congrats to Matt for the SPARK segment. I want to be on that show!

  5. Hazel

    Along the lines of the Smithsonian exhibition is the BP portrait competition in London at the National Portrait Gallery. It’s fantastic: http://www.npg.org.uk/live/bp2006exh.asp

  6. christina

    So thankful for the link to Ron Mueck’s sculptures! Pictures of his works are hard to find!

  7. denise

    I agree with pink sky – this is so very “oompa loompa” in a charlie-and-the-choco-factory kind of way.
    Looks like it was loads of fun!

  8. Keely

    I love all of these links! My husband and I watched the clip of the little girl when he came home for his lunch break and it did in fact make us giggle. You made our day! 🙂

  9. Keely

    I love all of these links! My husband and I watched the clip of the little girl when he came home for his lunch break and it did in fact make us giggle. You made our day! 🙂

  10. Mia

    Looks like you had a lot of fun being glue ladies. You always remind me that I need to play more in my life.
    Mia

  11. Susannah Conway

    love the picture of you two! i remember seeing Ron Mueck’s pregnant lady and ‘dead dad’ when he exhibited in London – such striking work, it left me speechless x

  12. wendy cook

    i LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this photo!!! it kind of reminds me of a lucy and ethel sketch. thank you for all the wonderful links.
    much love,
    w
    also at wendycook.com

  13. alison

    hahaha… you two look soooo cute!!!

  14. matirose

    these are all such great links! i especially am amazed by the sculpture. wow!

  15. Sundries Sublime

    Yes!! I agree! Thank you for always posting the greatest links!!! A few of my favorites have been for “The Weepies” (I’m so addicted now!) and Pandora.com!! Simply the best!

  16. boho

    only you and Sasha could make those outfits look hot.
    😉
    love you shmoops.

  17. Marloes

    There was an exhibition of Ron Mueck’s work in The Netherlands some yrs ago. That pregnant woman has goosebumps on her arms, so beautifully done.
    The upcoming exhibition of his work in Schotland will show a giant newborn baby (not shown on these pictures here), just a few moments after birth. I saw a picture of it today in the newspaper. It’s amazing.

  18. Gary

    Hi all! What do you think about conflict in Israel?

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