I’m delighted to announce my participation in the CSArt Colorado project. My participation involves the autumn art harvest distribution date of October 2015. My artist contribution will include 60 pieces of encaustic monotypes on paper based on my current body of work involving my perspective of multipals. More to come on this as I photograph some of those pieces to be included here for a primer on what will be delivered. Stay tuned!
Modeled closely on the buy-direct, buy-local spirit of Community Supported Agriculture, Community Supported Art Colorado (CSArt Colorado) is a collaboration between Denver Botanic Gardens and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. CSArt Colorado offers art lovers the opportunity to own a specially curated group of artworks from local and regional artists.
CSArt Shareholders subscribe each season to receive 10 works of art from a limited collection of original artworks. The artworks are collected by the shareholder at distribution events twice a year where they enjoy food and drink, and have a chance to meet the artists. The works created especially for the season are revealed at each event. Past artworks have included wooden sculpture, encaustic, paintings, photographic prints, and sterling silver spoons.
Becoming a shareholder is a simple way to own a collection of original artwork while supporting your creative community. Choose between the Crop or Harvest share, each offering a different mix of artists — or buy them both!
Visit my CSArt Colorado page: http://csartcolorado.org/artist-profile-tori-williams/
Here’s the link to view all the 2015 CSArt Colroado artists: http://csartcolorado.org/about-csart-colorado/