Year of the Woman -Live

RKDE and Year of the Woman are finishing off a full year of showcasing amazing woman creatives of St. Louis. I’ll be one of 6 featured artist painting live  “Year of the Woman – Live” on a 30-foot mural on the wall of RKDE.  As well as Musical performance by Paige Alyssa.

Join us Thursday, Dec.7th. Hit “Going” on the event and help us share this dope celebration with your friends on Facebook!

@artist_ashli

Print Bazaar on Cherokee

Excited to be amongst so many talented local artist for the Cherokee Street 2017 Print Bazaar Saturday December 2nd. This is St. Louis’ Largest, Local, Handmade Holiday Shopping Event.

I’ll be sharing a table with Adam McBride at at “Bomb Door ” 3347 TEXAS.

Bomb Door is where you check-in and the first 200 people get a free PBC tote bag.

 

Featured Artist @ Confluence Kombucha

Grateful to be part of Confluence Kombucha Community Artist Opening. Check it out November 18th

 

Featured Artist @ SPACE Architecture + Design

Excited to be invited to display my work at SPACE Architecture + Design

You can visit SPACE this Saturday at IndiHop 2017 

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I’ll will be showcasing “Crowd Surfing” watercolor on a Satellite from my new series “People Watcher”.

Looking forward to sharing more details.

 

 

I’ll be a Live Artist @ Wall Ball

So excited to be a part of Wall Ball 2017 benefit for Artscope. Looking forward to painting live aside such talented artist! Make sure you get your tickets to check it all out.

March 4, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

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What is Wall Ball? It’s an annual sensation that is one of the most unique and highly sought after art events of the year! Wall Ball gives the opportunity for art enthusiasts, patrons, and supporters to see artwork created live by some of St. Louis’ finest artists!

Wall Ball is a benefit fundraiser for Artscope (formerly SCOSaG – St. Louis City Open Studio & Gallery), a non-profit children’s arts organization based in Tower Grove Park. Wall Ball is the biggest contributor to Artscope’s operating budget, so that it may continue offering creative programs for St. Louis children to support our mission “to provide a safe and educational environment for children to explore the Arts and strengthen ties within the St. Louis”.

Artscope focuses programming on the creative process rather than an end-product. As a result, children are encouraged to think creatively and innovatively on their own terms, which will influence them to become the community leaders and entrepreneurs of the future.

Instagram Account

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Have you checked out my Instagram page?(I recently made it an public account!) I post “in progress” photos of my painting as well as random moments of life. Check it all out @artist_ashli