Welcome to the Amazon!

Posted on Jun 12, 2014 in blog, eco art, paper mache, papier-mache, Sculpture | No Comments
Welcome to the Amazon!

Everybody loves Amazon. If you don’t, you are lying. Who wouldn’t want to buy something more cheaply than anywhere else and have it delivered to your door? My husband has ordered everything from a flat-screen TV to shampoo, and he’s not alone. For him and many Americans, Amazon *is* Santa Claus. Me, I’m like babies […]

Play with your food!

Posted on Jun 5, 2014 in blog, eco art, paper mache, papier-mache, Sculpture | No Comments
Play with your food!

Play with your food. Monsanto does. Why should they have all the fun?

Arroyo Arts Collective at Heritage Square

Posted on May 27, 2014 in blog, paper mache, papier-mache, Sculpture, Wall Art | No Comments
Arroyo Arts Collective at Heritage Square

This Sunday, June 1st is the opening for the Arroyo Arts Collective at Heritage Square in Highland Park. If you have never been there, this is a rare treat in LA. Maybe you’ve seen the string of perfectly restored Victorian homes from the 110 freeway and wondered, “What the heck?” Usually, you have to pay […]

Monsanto Gardens at the March in Van Nuys Saturday, May 24

Posted on May 21, 2014 in blog, eco art, garden, paper mache, papier-mache, Sculpture | No Comments
Monsanto Gardens at the March in Van Nuys Saturday, May 24

Monsanto Gardens will be at the March in Van Nuys Saturday, May 24th from 1-3:30PM for the RoundUp preceding the March Against Monsanto. Saturday, May 24, 2014 – 6262 Van Nuys Blvd, Van Nuys Join us, bring family, neighbors and friends Rally starts at 1:00pm – Van Nuys Civic Center at the Ernani Bernardi Plaza […]

Monsanto Gardens goes to Worldfest

Posted on May 15, 2014 in blog, garden, Sculpture | No Comments
Monsanto Gardens goes to Worldfest

The laughing pig flowers and the ever-expanding family of pig-plant hybrids of Monsanto Gardens will be on Art Avenue at Worldfest this Sunday, May 18th from 10:30AM to 7:00PM. You’ll also see my artwork throughout the park because I helped Sarah Audet with the decorations. WorldFest is located 6350 Woodley Avenue in Lake Balboa (Encino) […]

Margaret Garcia Artists’ Salon Saturday, May 10

Posted on May 7, 2014 in blog, paper mache, papier-mache | No Comments

Bonnie Lambert, Sarah Hage and 12 other artists who have studied oil painting with renowned artist Margaret Garcia will be displaying their art at her studio in Highland Park this weekend. This is your chance to meet the artists and their collectors in one place. If you come on Saturday, you can visit other galleries […]

Pigplants Have a Secret

Posted on May 1, 2014 in blog, paper mache, papier-mache, Sculpture | 2 Comments
Pigplants Have a Secret

Two Pigplants (Solanum meloporcina)* have joined the ranks of porcine-vegetable hybrids at Monsanto Gardens. They seem to be sharing a secret. We’ll never know. Like all Monsanto Gardens products, the joke’s on us! *patent pending

Pourquoi Pig?

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 in blog, eco art, paper mache, papier-mache | 2 Comments
Pourquoi Pig?

Margaret Atwood and I are not on speaking terms. This is not because we had a falling out, but because she doesn’t know me from a hole in the wall. I read a few of her novels in the past and was delighted when one of the ebooks I put on hold became available for […]

One Pigtato, two Pigtato…

Posted on Apr 17, 2014 in blog, eco art, paper mache, papier-mache, Sculpture | No Comments
One Pigtato, two Pigtato…

One pigtato, two pigtato, three pigtato, four….six in all so far. After the smashing success of the pigmato, Monsanto Gardens has added pigtatoes to its selection of genetically modified flowers, fruits and vegetables. This Burbank Adjacent pigtato* is far superior to Monsanto’s New Leaf potato rejected by MacDonalds. It is full-flavored with attitude, and like […]

Deep Roots–Artistic Expressions of Earth Month

Posted on Apr 9, 2014 in blog, eco art, paper mache, papier-mache, Sculpture | No Comments
Deep Roots–Artistic Expressions of Earth Month

Join me and a collection of very talented artists for Deep Roots–Artistic Expressions of Earth Month this Friday from 6-9 PM at the historic Pico House on Olvera Street in downtown LA. This is not a tree will stand in a forest of artistic imagination. I can’t wait to lose myself in it.