Author Archives: Kathie Vezzani

About Kathie Vezzani

Rust, wax and paint move me, traveling with other artists inspire me, and so I attend workshops and plan them with other artists. My curiosity is endless and I am fearless when it comes to my art.

Happy Holidays!

Wishing you and yours a joyous holiday filled with love and laughter.

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Learning to Speak Italian

My father-in-law has been on my mind this past week. This will be our first Christmas without his presence. This is for you, Mr. V. Ciao

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The Living Studio Prize Packet with Jeanne Oliver

Jeanne Oliver is one very generous soul. To launch her nearly 2-year effort in getting The Living Studio | City Art Walks Around The World retreats and online classes started, she is giving away some of her favorite art supplies … Continue reading

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I love rust!

There is an advantage to hosting a workshop at your house. You get first dibs on the artwork brought by the artist. This is the gorgeous piece I purchased from Pam Nichols who taught Dyeing to Rust, an encaustic and … Continue reading

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The Living Studio – Savannah, Georgia with Jeanne Oliver

Jeanne Oliver’s vision was to create a retreat that would be one of a kind, where she could travel with other creative people to beautiful and interesting places where artists could experience a city’s heartbeat by viewing exhibits, eating the regional specialties, and creating art … Continue reading

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Piano Man by Allen Christian

These wonderful creations by Minnesota artist Allen Christian are amazing. I can’t imagine how many pianos he had to take apart to be able to make these. Be assured, I don’t have the patience or inventory to create one of these, … Continue reading

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Deconstructing a piano is no small task

Ever since I saw my fellow assemblage artist, Greg Hanson’s blog posting about finding piano parts in the metro station during his 6-month gleaning program, I was hankering to get my hands on a piano. Recently,  my friend was innocently … Continue reading

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Bill Dean and Greg Hanson, assemblage artists at Gallery 6 PDX

My friend, Greg Hanson is showing his marvelous assemblage pieces at Gallery 6 in Portland, along with Bill Dean. The exhibit is there for the month of October and is called “Found Objects: Partners in Assemblage.” I love Greg’s work … Continue reading

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Dyeing to Rust with Pam Nichols

I fell in love with Pam Nichols’s work when I saw her corset series as I scrolled through Pinterest boards. Imagine my surprise at the end of my class with Lisa Pressman this spring, when “Pam” hands me her business … Continue reading

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Paint Oaxaca Tribe – Part Two

My new tribe of wonderful women who created lasting memories with their stories, art and friendships. So thankful that they made this first journey with me. We saw a lot of art not only in Las Bugambilias, but in the … Continue reading

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