Thursday, May 20, 2010
A few things. First, do not forget the 16th Street Theater. Here.
Second, Horrorbles second show features Cristina Bellar Friday, May 21st from 7:30pm-10:30pm. Cristina Bellar is a self-taught illustrator, jewelry artisan and junk collector. She is always looking to combine her art with her love of vintage oddities, the Victorian era and morbid curiosities. She focuses on Digital Art: Painting and Manipulation, Traditional Pen & Ink, and Mixed Media/Assemblage.
Bellar's jewelry can be described as Gothic, Steampunk, Romantic and Victorian. Some of her themes include: Victorian Pharmacy, Antique Poison Bottles, Vintage Circus/Sideshow, Victorian Mourning, Steampunk Artifacts, Found Objects, etc. She is currently working on an assemblage series and jewelry line inspired by Victorian Poisoning: Death & Murder. For your viewing pleasure she will have Original Artwork, Prints and Jewelry on display and available for purchase.
The Show Will Then Remain Until June 5th
6729 w. Roosevelt Rd.
Berwyn, Il. 60402
Third, but certainly not least: Below is the link to the "Frog That Lived in a Well" puppet show (Oak Park Public Library's site.)
We (Paper Boat) will perform the Chinese folk tale "The Frog that Lived in a Well" at 10:00 AM, on Saturday, May 22, at Oak Park Public Library.
We will love to see you there!!!
Tamara and Liz
The Paper Boat Group