Soup is Love: January 2018 Update

Soup is Love Project Fundraiser

“We believe that when food is shared, our bowl will remain plentiful”
Chef Pierre Thiam– Senegal

SAVE THE DATE

Little Bird de Papel is teaming up with Off Center Community Arts Project for the Soup is Love project. Starting March 2nd the proceeds from the  purchase of soup bowls will be donated to Off Center.


SOUP IS LOVE PROJECT: OPEN STUDIO DATES

Graphic soup bowl

No experience necessary
Here are the remaining dates for dropping by to make and/or glaze bowls for our March 2018 fundraiser for the homeless. (Stay tuned for fundraiser details in upcoming newsletters.)

 

Saturday & Sunday, January 13 & 14, 10am – 4pm
Saturday & Sunday, February 3 & 4, 10am – 4pm


PREVIEW/SALE OF BOWLS FOR PARTICIPANTS AND FRIENDS
First Friday, March 2, 4pm – 7pm
Saturday & Sunday, March 3 & 4, 10am – 4pm

Little Bird de Papel Studio
1222 Mountain Rd NW –  (505) 710-7524

Mountain Road Arts Corridor Map

Go to MeetUp.com/Soup-is-Love-Project to keep up-to-date with the Soup is Love Project and to make donations to help off-set cost of materials and kiln firing.   


 2018 TRAVEL DATES

Festival of the Arts
April 24 – 29, 2018 | Bicentennial Park, Downtown OKC

Denver Arts Festival
May 26 – 27, 2018 | Stapleton Conservatory Green, Denver CO


 RICHARD’s CORNER

NEW YEAR’s INSPIRATION

From the land

of red and green

creativity comes knocking

who will answer?


 Contact Info

Vicki Bolen
Little Bird de Papel
1222 Mountain Rd. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87123
505-710-7524
littlebirdepapel@gmail.com
littlebirddepapel.com
vickibolen.com

Mountain Road Arts Corridor Map

http://bit.ly/2hKb2bu

Little Bird de Papel’s Social Media Links

Visit Little Bird de Papel (and me) at the following links:

http://littlebirddepapel.ETSY.com

http://littlebirdpapel.REDBUBBLE.com

https://www.FACEBOOK.com/LittleBirdDePapel/

https://INSTAGRAM.com/littlebirddepapelinsta

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Author: Vicki Bolen, Little Bird de Papel

I am a paper artist living and creating in Albuquerque, NM. Working with paper to create art gives me an appreciation for the beauty and cultural significance of this versatile material. I began by folding origami cranes, and over the years my work has evolved to include handmade greeting cards, book making, boxes and mono prints. Each piece gives me the opportunity to create something useful while expressing myself artistically. I attend numerous art and crafts festivals throughout the country because my intent is to share the joy I experience in making art. My artwork is also available through my Etsy and Redbubble shops.

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