Monday, February 22, 2021
Since the onset of Covid, I have certainly been missing in-person sketch meetups. Artists have been forced to get even more creative to think of ways to get our drawing fix. I have been joining the Dinosaur sketch series, set up by the Academy of Natural Sciences, and sponsored by Flying Fish Brewery. This is a 4 session, once-weekly series about an hour long where participants learn how to draw dinosaurs and paleo artist Jason Poole talks through the details of their skin texture, body mass, etc.
Who doesn't love dinosaurs, especially ones that come with a beer pairing? Artist Jason Poole provided us with pre-session sketches, and participants added their own flair during the zoom call while also learning about the particular dinosaur. Enjoy these photos of the session in action and my final 1- hour sketches!
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
It's that time of year again! The lovely folks at the Druid's Keep Bar in Northern Liberties will be hosting us upstairs the second Saturday in December for our 3rd annual Artists of the Keep Art Show. Works will be reasonably priced with many items under $25-$50, and all artists can take either cash or credit! We have some new artists to the show this year mixed in with some of your favorite All-Stars, so there will be something for everyone. Come out and support local Philadelphia area artists, and finish up that holiday shopping for yourself and others! Artists, I do have a few spots open so please reach out to me if you are interested in attending!
https://www.facebook.com/events/1804313483173121/ Rsvp on Facebook!
www.sarahrado.com for more info
Date/Time: Saturday, December 10th, 2016 from 6-10pm (some artists will be hanging out later)
Location: Upstairs at the Druid's Keep, 149 Brown St, Philadelphia, PA 19123
(Brown St and Hancock St)
Alicia Arcidiacono- Travel and Wildlife Photography
Bryan Brown- Philly photography
Margo Hurst- humorous illustrations
Dan Lisowski- poetry and illustration
Deliah Poore- body butter, organic jewelry
Janelle Wysock- wearable weavings
Train station: Market Frankford EL to Spring Garden station, walk north on 2nd St, make a right on Brown St, the bar is one block up on the left
Monday, March 7, 2016
|Peacocks at Midnight|
|Birds, Peacocks at Midnight and Red Peacocks on display|
|Peacock Brick Study1|
|Peacock Brick Study 2|
|Peacock Brick Study 3|
|Ostrich from Body Worlds Animal|
|Octopus from Body Worlds Animal|
|Split Head Camel from Body Worlds Animal|
|Bull from Body Worlds Animal|
Friday, November 20, 2015
This is the second annual First Friday event upstairs at the Druid's Keep in Northern Liberties!! Along with art in various forms at all price points starting at $5, this year, we have a prize raffle for a gift basket including gift cards to several Northern Liberties businesses including Chez Bow Wow (groomer), Liberties Parcel (printing, shipping etc), One Shot Coffee, Yards Brewing Company, Ritual Ritual (jewelry and fashion apparel), Soy Cafe (vegan cafe) and adding more as we get closer to the date! ***100% of proceeds from the raffle tickets sold will benefit NLArts, a Northern Liberties art program for local children. ***
There is a variety of artwork with all price ranges, and vendors ACCEPT CREDIT!
RSVP to the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/900446040062772/901596129947763/
Date: Friday, 12/4
Location: Druids Keep (upstairs) 149 Brown St, Phila, PA 19123 (Brown and Hancock between Front & 2nd Streets)
Time: 6pm-10pm or later
Vendors accept cash and credit
Parking: 2 hour street parking on Brown Street and Poplar Street, free untimed/unmetered parking on 2nd st/front street
Alicia Arcidiacono- wildlife and nature photography- www.chasingchicadees.com
Dan Lisowski- illustrations, illustrated poetry books-www.danlisowski.com
Deliah Poore- handmade jewelry
www.janellwysock.com and www.craftspacephilly.com
Nancy Nagle- Fiber Artist, www.nangellini.com
NLArts is a Philadelphia arts organization that expands each child’s appreciation for, and participation in, their community. This is accomplished through interaction with artists and educators in neighborhood-based performing and visual arts activities.
NLArts provides innovative arts programs to children of Philadelphia at weekend and summer workshops taught by local artists. Programs recognize and teach to children’s individual learning styles and interests by connecting them with the wealth of artistic, cultural, academic, and historic resources throughout Philadelphia.