Virtual Art Week 1: What’s Cookin?

The art scene in Ajo is slowly winding down after a busy winter season. Those “from away” are packing up and leaving for northern climes. Those who live here year-round continue to enjoy warm days and cactus blooms. 🙂

Marilyn Jackson, past chair of the Desert Artist Guild, has started a virtual artists’ group as a way to continue to create and share ideas over the summer months.

“The virtual art group will be any member, any medium, weekly art theme,” writes Marilyn. “This week it’s a kitchen theme. I must have been hungry! Anyway, if those who wish to participate could email me with their names and email address we can make a list. We can send photos to each other and to the blog. Who knows, we could even try to have a group show in the fall.”

Photographer Wendee Cloutier is the first entry in the kitchen category.

“This was Karen and Greg’s kitchen in their wonderful house in Machias, ME. Not the best lighting for a photograph but loved all the things in it.”

A Maine Kitchen

Marilyn turned to acrylics for her project.

What creative things are happening in your kitchen?

This week’s challenge: cactus flowers. Lots of inspiration out there right now. Maybe I’ll enter a photograph. 🙂

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